- PhD, Physics, Pennsylvania State University
MS, Physics, Pennsylvania State University
BS, Physics, Auburn University
- Prof. Gray received his PhD in Physics from Pennsylvania State University in 1968, after which he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto in 1968-1969. In 1969-1972, he was an Assistant Professor of Physics at the Oregon Graduate Center in Portland, Oregon. In 1972, he took a position as a staff Consultant for Control Data Corporation in Portland where he worked in computer system consulting for the Pacific Northwest. He moved to the Arden Hills Programming Division of Control Data where he was employed as a Systems Designer from 1977-1986. In 1986-1990 he was a researcher in artificial intelligence at the Microelectronics Computer Consortium in Austin, Texas. He accepted the position of Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Information Systems in 1990 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 1996. He holds the position of Emiritus Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science.
IEEE Computer Society
- My research interests center around scientific computation and the computing technologies that support it. More specifically, I am interested in simulation, simulation systems, and the high performance technology that makes large simulation possible.
- Sage: A New Mathematics Software System, Computing in Science and Engineering, November/December 2008, vol. 10, no. 6, pp 72-75.M
- Multiphysics Technologies, Computing in Science and Engineering, March/April 2008, vol. 10, no. 2, pp 80-82.
Work In Progress
- There has been much interest in using a personal computer's graphics processor (graphics board) as an onboard high performance cluster system so I am currently working on an article giving a detailed discussion on how to run an application in the graphics processor.