Tim Buckley, principal of Buckley Investments and former chief operating officer of Red Hat, has joined Revolution Computing's board of directors. New Haven, Conn.-based Revolution Computing is a commercial provider of software and support for the statistical computing language R.
Buckley has over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing for start-up technology firms. At Red Hat, he was part of the executive team that transformed the company from a small start-up to a large enterprise.
Louis Latino has been named VP of sales at Genstruct, which is focused on identifying molecular mechanisms, networks, and biomarkers to develop novel therapeutics and molecular diagnostics.
Latino will lead the company's global sales efforts, focusing on building its sales infrastructure, and managing and expanding partnerships to drive future growth.
He has nearly 30 years of senior sales management and direct sales experience. Prior positions include VP of North American life sciences sales and support for Accelrys and VP of worldwide sales for Geneformatics.
Reagan Moore, Richard Marciano, and Arcot Rajasekar have moved tothe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, along with the Data Intensive Cyber Environments group, known as DICE, from the University of California at San Diego's Supercomputer Center.
The DICE group has the remit to develop systems to manage distributed digital data, which at UNC will include biomedical data management, grid computing, and managing the cyberinfrastructure with Carolina’s Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute.
Moore, Marciano, and Rajasekar are now professors in UNC’s School of Information and Library Science.
Moore was associate director for data intensive computing at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, where he developed massive data analysis systems and persistent archives.
Rajasekar lead the Integrated Rule-Oriented Data System at UCSD, a data grid system and open-source approach to managing digital data.
Marciano was director of the Sustainable Archives & Library Technologies Laboratory and lead scientist in the Data & Knowledge Systems group at the San Diego Supercomputer Center.