BiographySebastien Goasguen received a B.S. Degree from the Polytechnic University of
Toulouse, France in 1997, a M.S. Degree in Electronics research with
distinction from King\'s College London, England in 1998 and the Ph.D. degree
in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State university in 2001.
Since summer 2001 he has been at Purdue University, first as a
post-doctorate student in computational nanoelectronics, then as a visiting
professor and Acting Technical Director of the NSF Network for Computational
Nanotechnology (NCN) where he lead the nanoHUB effort till 2003. In 2004 he
joined the Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) as a research
scientist and TeraGrid Site Lead. He is now a senior research scientist and
director of the science gateway group at RCAC where he leads the TeraGrid
project, the Tier-2 CMS project and the nanoHUB middleware effort. His
research interests have gone from computational electromagnetics to
nanoelectronics and now focus on middleware technologies, grid tools,
security models for distributed systems and virtualization.