Andrew K. Adams
I am a Network Engineer in the
Communications Group at the
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
In another life, with my copious spare time I'm additionally pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer
Science at the University of Pittsburgh.
My current projects at PSC are Web10G and GAIA.
I received my M.S. and B.S. degrees from the University of Pittsburgh.
I started working at PSC as a User Consultant, got indoctrinated to
networking while working on the Common
Knowledge: Pittsburgh project, then joined the Communications
Group at PSC in 1995. Although my official title is Senior Network Engineer,
my work focus and interests are in security and privacy, while my
skills are anchored in programming. Thus, I am probably better
classified as a Security Systems Architect or Analyst, or a Senior
Programmer Analyst, as my accomplishments suggest.
This page was last modified: June 6, 2013.