Brett D. Fleisch, Ph.D.



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(word substition: Miami = Riverside, CA)
(word substition: burn notice = protection order)



(advance video to 1846(30:46), 5sec clip, starts too early Windows, fine iPhone)



Conclusion about WMWD Science is best explained in video:

Results:

1. 16 page Water Complaint White Paper (largely obselete by final technical paper)

2. Request for Comments Call (RFC)

3. 2011 Consultants Background Report

4. Reuters article click here

5. Cover letter to WMWD

6. Letter to Governor Brown

7. WMWD Executive Brief Science Version (largely obsolete)

8. The Scientific Arguments against Water Budget Tiered Rate Billing,
in preparation for publication in Water Conferences on 2/21/15

9. WMWD Proposal for 2/18/15 meeting

***Motion/Proposal Emailed but not considered
(also brought on paper to be added/and/or distributed)***

Per John Rossi, maybe September(presumably 2015)
revisit budget-based tier billing

10. Significance

11. December 2015 Letter to BBK

12. 2016 Letter to the President of the United States, OSTP, Governor Brown

13. Disclaimer

14. A guesswork solution for water companies



Former Affiliation
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
University of California, Riverside
Engineering II, Room 422
Riverside, CA 92521-0304

Former Affiliation (2004-2007)
National Science Foundation
Program Director
Division of Computer and Network Systems
4201 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22230

Fleisch is a Blue Dog fan video virtual tour
previously valued Senior Member IEEE for 25 years
ACM member since 1978
USENIX member


RESEARCH TOPICS

  • Parallel and Distributed Operating Systems
  • Scalable Ubiquitous Computing Systems
  • Mobile Code and Security
  • Binary Rewriting
  • Cloud Computing
  • Power Management for Computer Systems
  • Reliability and Availability for Software and Hardware Systems
  • Requirements and Technical Challenges for The Next Generation Internet
  • Security and Dependability for Operating Systems
  • Concurrent Systems

See research projects for a list of past projects.


LAB FACILITIES

I currently direct the Operating Systems and Distributed Systems research laboratory. More information can be found by clicking on the "Lab Web page" link in the contents bar to your left or here

PAST TAUGHT COURSES