mantey «at» soe·ucsc·edu
Patrick Mantey was the founding Dean of the Jack Baskin School of Engineering, Professor of Computer Engineering and holds the Jack Baskin Chair in Computer Engineering. He joined the faculty in 1984 to start the engineering programs, coming from IBM where he was a senior manager in Computer Science at IBM Almaden Research Center. He is the Director of the Information Technology Institute and a member of the Storage Systems Research Center.
His research interests include image storage and retrieval, electronic libraries and multimedia, educational applications of computer technology, image and signal processing, graphics and workstation hardware, system architecture, design, and performance, simulation and modeling of complex systems, real-time monitoring and sensor networks, energy management systems, graphics and database applications, including geographic information systems, and decision support systems.
|Oct 1, 1999||Jehan-François Pâris, Darrell D. E. Long, Patrick Mantey, Real-time Systems]|
|Jan 1, 1998||Eric C. Rosen, Ted Haining, Darrell D. E. Long, Patrick Mantey, Real-time Systems]|
|Mar 1, 1995||Darrell D. E. Long, Patrick Mantey, Craig M. Wittenbrink, Ted Haining, Bruce R. Montague, Real-time Systems]|
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