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Peter Honeyman has been a member of the University of Michigan faculty for over 20 years. He holds the B.G.S. (with distinction) from the University of Michigan and the M.S.E., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University.

After completing doctoral studies in relational database theory under the supervision of J.D. Ullman, he joined Bell Labs as a Member of Technical Staff in computer systems research, then returned to Princeton as Assistant Professor of Computer Science.

At the University of Michigan, Honeyman holds the following appointments:

  • Research Professor of Information
  • Scientific Director of the Center for Information Technology Integration
  • Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

As an experimental computer scientist, Honeyman builds middleware for file systems, security, and mobile computing. He has been instrumental in software projects including Honey DanBer UUCP, PathAlias, MacNFS, Disconnected AFS, and WebCard, the first Internet smart card. Current work centers on CITI's open source reference implementation of NFSv4 and its extensions for high end computing.

Honeyman is a member of USENIX, IFIP WGs 6.1 and 8.8, AAAS, and EFF.

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