Bryan Green
NASA Ames Research Center
MS 258-6
Moffett Field, CA 94035-1000
(650)-604-2039

bryan.d.green@nasa.gov

www.nas.nasa.gov/~bgreen

I have been a member of the NAS Visualization Group since 1997. I am a contractor with CSC.

I have a BA in Computer & Information Sciences from UC Santa Cruz.


Interests

I'm interested in visualization, high-performance computing, distributed computing, and computational steering, among other things. I work primarily with C++ and OpenGL on Linux platforms.

My preferred development platform is Gentoo Linux.
You can read about our Gentoo-powered 3x3 Hyperwall in a 2005 Gentoo Weekly Newsletter.


Projects

My current projects involve creating visualizations for users of the NASA Pleiades and Columbia supercomputers.

Open Sourced Projects

Growler
A C++-based distributed object/component architecture.
NodeMon
A tool for system utilization monitoring, tailored to large NUMA linux systems, but practical for any linux-based system.
libibvpp
A C++ wrapper around libibverbs.

Publications