CoRG is a research group in the Information and Comptuter Sciences Department at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. CoRG researchers develop novel simulation models, algorithms, and systems for parallel and distributed computing platforms and applications.


CoRG publications can be found on Prof. Henri Casanova's Web site.

Current Funding

Integrating core CI literacy and skills into university curricula via simulation-driven activities $500,000, National Science Foundation, 10/2019 - 09/2022 WRENCH: A Simulation Workbench for Scientific Worflow Users, Developers, and Researchers, $500,000, National Science Foundation, 01/2017 - 12/2019.

Current Members

Prof. Henri Casanova
Ryan Tanaka (M.S. student)


Suraj Pandey (M.S. student)
Lambert Leong (M.S. student)
Noah Higa (B.S. 2017, Honors program)
Alyssa Higuchi (M.S. 2016, project)
Robert Namaoe (M.S. 2016, project)
Michael Gowanlock (Ph.D. 2015)
Brian Hall (M.S. 2015, project)
Ben Karsin (M.S. 2012, thesis)
David Schanzenbach (M.S. 2011, thesis)
Mark Stillwell (Ph.D. 2010)
Kaveh Kardan (M.S. 2010, thesis)
Joshua Wingstrom (Ph.D. 2009)
Kayo Fujiwara (M.S. 2007, thesis)