Geoffrey C Fox
Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery
- M.A. at Cambridge, 1968
- Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at Cambridge, 1967
- B.A. in Mathematics at Cambridge, 1964
Fox received a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University and is now distinguished professor of Informatics and Computing, and Physics at Indiana University where he is director of the Digital Science Center, Chair of Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering and Director of the Data Science program at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering.
He previously held positions at Caltech, Syracuse University and Florida State University after being a postdoc at the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Peterhouse College Cambridge.
He has supervised the Ph.D. of 68 students and published around 1200 papers in physics and computer science with an index of 70 and over 26000 citations.
He currently works in applying computer science from infrastructure to analytics in Biology, Pathology, Sensor Clouds, Earthquake and Ice-sheet Science, Image processing, Deep Learning, Manufacturing, Network Science and Particle Physics. The infrastructure work is built around Software Defined Systems on Clouds and Clusters. The analytics focuses on scalable parallelism.
He is involved in several projects to enhance the capabilities of Minority Serving Institutions. He has experience in online education and its use in MOOCs for areas like Data and Computational Science.
He is a Fellow of APS (Physics) and ACM (Computing).
- Data Analytics and Parallel Computing
- Cyberinfrastructure and e-Science
- Deep Learning and Intelligent Systems
- Software Defined Computer Systems
- Cyber-physical Systems
- Data Science
- High Performance Computing
- Parallel and Distributed Computing