Sally Floyd: Biography
I received a B.A. in Sociology, with a minor in mathematics,
from UC Berkeley in 1971. After that, while remaining active in
the Berkeley world of the late 60's and early 70's,
I learned electronics at
the local community college, and worked for eight years
as a computer systems engineer for the computers that run the
I returned to graduate school at UC Berkeley in 1984,
and received a Master's degree in computer science in 1987,
and a Ph.D. in 1989.
I mostly studied theoretical computer science in
was in the subfield of computational learning theory.
After graduate school, I spent nine years working in
Network Research Group
at LBNL, and I joined
ICIR (the ICSI Center for Internet
ICSI (International Computer Science
Institute) in February 1999.
For the three years from 1999 to 2001 we were named ACIRI, the AT&T
Center for Internet Research at ICSI, and were funded by AT&T.
Photo taken in Yosemite in 2003.
[ Sally Floyd].
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