Timothy Carlin started at the IOL in 2004 as an undergraduate student engineer while pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire, and graduated in May 2006. In 2012, Timothy obtained an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire. His thesis focused on high speed data transfer using RDMA, titled: “Implementation of an RDMA Verbs Driver for GridFTP.”
Timothy is currently the Technical Lead for all IP, Routing, and Security related testing and development activities at the UNH-IOL. This testing group supports approximately 50 industry memberships for the USGv6 Testing Program, IPv6 Ready Logo, NetSecOPEN, and others. Additionally, this group employs approximately 30 individuals, including UNH Undergraduate students, Graduate-level students, and full time staff.
Timothy’s current role also includes leading various teams of software developers towards expanding the IOL’s capabilities, as well as building upon and improving our custom test tools.