Mathew Monroe

Mathew Monroe has a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering with an additional major in Mathematical Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University, and is currently pursuing graduate studies there. He is an accomplished developer specializing in embedded systems and computer security. In addition, Mathew has experience designing and implementing high performance distributed file systems and applications. He is currently a Senior Security Engineer at the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories. Prior to this post he implemented, deployed, and tested Lustre file systems on Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's MCR and ACL clusters and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's rx2800 cluster. The Lustre file system is an advanced high performance distributed file system used by a number of the world's top super computers. In addition, Mathew designed and implemented firmware and low level file system code for network attached storage devices at Spinnaker Networks (now Network Appliances).