Dan Doyle is a senior developer and manager at GlobalNOC in Bloomington, Indiana. He and his team are responsible for data collection and analysis, as well as day to day operations of all the systems.
Andrew Lake is an ESnet software engineer and project leader at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). He is currently a lead on perfSONAR, an open source distributed network measurement and monitoring framework with thousands of deployments around the globe. He was also one of the original developers of ESnet’s On-Demand Secure Circuits and Advance Reservation System (OSCARS), an award-winning production bandwidth reservation system. His research interests include measurement, monitoring, advanced troubleshooting techniques, and automation of distributed systems.
Alan Whinery has been working in research and academic internetworking since 1990, focusing on network performance, IPv6 deployment, and community engagement.
Tyson Seto-Mook received his BS in Electrical Engineering and is currently pursuing a MS in Computer Science from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
Mahesh Khanal has a BS in Computer Science and a Minor in Mathematics. He is now working towards his Masters in computer science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and also working as a research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualizations and Applications (LAVA).
Katrina Turner has a BEd in Education and Mathematics. She is currently a graduate student in Computer Science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and a research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualizations and Applications (LAVA).
Edward Moynihan joined International Networks in 2017 as Principal Network Engagement Analyst. In this role, Moynihan supports the NEAAR and TransPac projects by working directly with scientists and researchers to help achieve better international file-transfer performance and to increase utilization of IU’s international research networking systems. He also works closely with IN@IU’s international partners to promote the use of international research networking resources and to deliver enhanced functionality to research collaborators and other R and E networking stakeholders.
Lisa Ensman is part of the GlobalNOC Data Collection and Analysis team at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. For NetSage, she works on the Science Registry and the Flow Processing Pipeline.
Alberto Gonzalez has an MS in Automation and Control Engineering and in Computer Science. He is now working towards his PhD in computer science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, while also working as a research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualizations and Applications (LAVA) performing research on visual analytics systems.
Sartaj Baveja is an ESnet software engineer at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) since 2016. Currently, he is a developer for ESnet's On-Demand Secure Circuits and Advance Reservation System (OSCARS), an award-winning production bandwidth reservation system as well as a developer for the NetSage project. In the past, he has worked on developing a data collection and analytics system (Netbeam) as well as several open-source visualization libraries at ESnet.