Vincent W. Freeh is an associate professor of computer science at
North Carolina State University. He received his Ph.D. in 1996 from
the University of Arizona. His research focus is high-performance
system software, with emphasis on filesystems, parallel and
distributed systems, power-aware computing, and storage systems.
Prof Freeh teaches courses in the above research areas as well as in
compilers. He has more than 55 referred publications in numerous
computer science conferences and scientific journals. He has received
more than six million dollars in sponsored research.
He received an NSF CAREER Award and several IBM Faculty Development
Awards. He was a captain in the US Army Corps of Engineers before
entering graduate school for his MS. He worked at IBM in the Storage
System Division until he returned to school to earn his PhD.
Prof. Freeh was on the faculty at the University of Notre Dame prior
to coming to NCSU. He lives in Holly Springs, NC with his wife, seven
children, and dog.
Vincent W. Freeh is an assistant professor of computer science at
North Carolina State University. He received his Ph.D. from the
University of Arizona. His research focus is system software, with
concentrations in file systems, operating systems, and distributed
systems. Prof. Freeh has received an NSF CAREER Award and an IBM
Faculty Development Award.