Cheriton's research includes the areas of high-performance distributed systems, and high-speed computer communication with a particular interest in protocol design. He leads the Distributed Systems Group in the TRIAD project, focused on understanding and solving problems with the Internet architecture. He has also been teaching and writing about object-oriented programming, building on his experience with OOP in systems building.

Academic Appointments

Honors & Awards

  • SigComm'03 Award, Association for Computing Machinery (2003)

Professional Education

  • PhD, Waterloo (1978)

2014-15 Courses

Postdoctoral Advisees