CoRG is a research group in the Information and Comptuter Sciences Department at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. CoRG researchers develop novel simulation models, algorithms, and systems for parallel and distributed computing platforms and applications. We study platforms including single clusters, grids that aggregate multiple high-end clusters across different institutions, and even thousands of volatile PCs scattered over the Internet. Our research results in strategies that help engineering and science applications exploit these platforms to the best of their capabilities.


CoRG publications can be found on Henri Casanova's Web site.

Current Members

Henri Casanova
Ben Karsin (Ph.D. candidate)
Michael Gowanlock (Ph.D. candidate)
Justin Weaver (M.S. candidate)


Ben Karsin (M.S. 2012)
Michihiro Koibuchi (Visiting professor)
Frédéric Vivien (Visiting professor)
Mark Stillwell (Ph.D. 2011)
David Schanzenbach (M.S. 2011)
Joshua Wingstrom (Ph.D. 2009)
Kento Aida (Visiting professor)
Brandon Sutherlin (Intern)
Fanny Dufossé (Intern)
Kayo Fujiwara (M.S. 2007)