Eno Thereska is a Researcher at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK. He has broad interests in computer systems. He has over 30 academic publications in top conferences in the field of storage systems and operating systems including FAST, OSDI, SOSP, SIGMETRICS and CHI. He served as technical co-chair of the File and Storage Systems Conference (FAST’14). Eno is a recipient of the 2014 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize, recipient of the IEEE Infocomm 2011 Best Paper award, and recipient of the Usenix FAST Best Paper and Best Student Paper awards in 2005 and 2004 respectively.
Prior to joining MSR, Eno received his PhD (ECE, 2007), Masters (ECE, 2003) and Bachelor (ECE + CS + Math minor, 2002) degrees all from Carnegie Mellon. His PhD advisor was Prof. Greg Ganger.
Eno currently lives in Cambridge UK with his wife and two daughters. Previously he lived in Pittsburgh-US for 9 years, Vienna-Austria for 3 years (Vienna International School) and Tirana-Albania for the first 15 years of his life.
Linkedin profile is probably more up-to-date.