Brad Settlemyer

Principal Staff

Brad Settlemyer is a principal researcher in NVIDIA Networking's Advanced Technology group. Before coming to NVIDIA he spent 7 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory where he lead the storage systems research efforts within the Ultrascale Research Center and his team was responsible for designing and deploying state of the art storage systems for enabling scientific discovery. Prior to Los Alamos he was a storage systems researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He received his Ph.D in computer engineering from Clemson University in 2009 with a research focus on the design of parallel file systems. His experience includes projects ranging from ephemeral file system design to archival storage systems using molecular information technology and he has published papers on emerging storage systems, long distance data movement, system modeling, and storage system algorithms. His work has been featured in national media, in 2019 his team won an R&D100 award for their work on DeltaFS, in 2020 their work on computational storage was recognized with a Government Innovation Award, and in 2021 he won an R&D100 award for ADS Codex a system for encoding digital data into DNA molecules.

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