• Professor Emeritus
Udo Pooch

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Theoretical Physics, University of Notre Dame, 1969
  • B.Sc., Physics, University of California at Los Angeles, 1963

Research Interests

    • Operating systems
    • Fault tolerant systems
    • Performance, measurement and evaluation

Awards & Honors

  • Award for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching, College of Engineering Texas A&M University, February 1974.
  • 1974 Texas A&M University Distinguished Teaching Award, April 1974.
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Service to IEEE/CS, 1983.
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Service to the Society for Computer Simulation, 1988.
  • Distinguished Service as General Chairman, 1984 Winter Simulation Conference.
  • E-Systems Professorship in Computer Science, January 1993.
  • Graduate Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Computer Science Graduate Students Association, 2000.

Selected Publications

  • Monograph-Microprocessors, Microprogramming, and Minicomputers, Editor with R. Chattergy. Western Periodicals. September 1977.
  • Designing Microcomputer Systems, with R. Chattergy. Hayden Book Company. June 1979.
  • Simulation, with W. Graybeal. Little, Brown and Company. January 1980.
  • Top-Down Modular Programming in FORTRAN with WATFIV, with R. Chattergy. Little, Brown and Company. January 1980.
  • Minicomputers: Structure, Application and Programming, with R. Chattergy. Western Publishing Co., Inc. February 1980.
  • Topics in Programming Languages (Monograph), Editor with R. Chattergy. Western Periodicals. Spring 1980.
  • "Toward a Management Philosophy for Software Development," Chapter 1 in Advances in Computer Programming Management. Heyden & Son, Inc. Spring 1981
  • Telecommunications and Networking Concepts, with G. Moss and B. Greene. Little, Brown and Company. September 1982.
  • "Comparative Evaluation of Networks and Protocols," Chapter 5 in Advances in Data Communications Management, Volume 2 (edited by J. Solnim, E.A. Unger, and P.S. Fisher). Wiley-Heyden. 1984.
  • Library of Turbo Pascal Programs, with Murat Tanik. Wordware Publishing, Inc. Spring 1987.