Associate Professor, Computer Science
Lewis Tseng’s research aims to make distributed systems (e.g., cloud computing and crypto) trustworthy. His research group designs and builds high-performance fault-tolerant distributed systems, by identifying principles for distributed coordination primitives. Prior to joining Clark, Tseng was an assistant professor at Boston College. Before that, he was with Toyota Info Technology Center, U.S.A. During the time, he successfully filed three patents on vehicular clouds. Tseng received the prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award (2023). He has won the best paper award at SSS 2017. He has also won the Illumination Award 2022 and Teaching-Advising-Mentoring grant 2022-23 at Boston College. He earned his doctorate from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- Ph.D. in Computer Science, Boston College, 2016
- B.S. in Computer Science and Economics, University of Illinois, 2010