Phillip B. Gibbons

Intel Labs Pittsburgh
4720 Forbes Avenue, Suite 410
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA

Phone: (412) 268-6215

After many wonderful years, I left Intel on August 31, 2015. Please visit my new home page.


Phillip B. Gibbons is a Principal Research Scientist at Intel Labs (2001-present) and Principal Investigator for the Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing (2011-present). He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1989. He joined Intel Labs (called Intel Research at the time) after 11 years at (AT&T and Lucent) Bell Laboratories. Gibbons is an Adjunct (Full) Professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. His research areas include parallel computing, databases, big data, cloud computing, sensor networks, distributed systems and computer architecture. Gibbons' publications span theory and systems, across a broad range of computer science (e.g., conference papers in ASPLOS, ATC, CCS, EuroSys, HPCA, ICDM, ISCA, MICRO, NIPS, PACT, PODC, PPoPP, SoCC, SODA and SPAA since 2012).

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Current Research Projects

Selected Prior Research Projects

Selected Talks and Surveys (Note: Viewing ppt files in a browser may miss out on the animations.)


Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Recent Awards and Honors (2006-present)

Recent Professional Service (2010-present)

Online Papers (2006 and earlier)