Lennart Johnsson

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Lennart Johnsson (born 1944) is a Swedish computer scientist and engineer.

Johnsson started his career at ABB in Sweden and moved on to UCLA, Caltech, Yale University, Harvard University, the Royal Institute of Technology ("KTH" in Sweden), Thinking Machines Corporation and the University of Houston, where he holds the Hugh and Lillie Roy Cranz Cullen Distinguished Chair of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Electrical and Computer Engineering.[1][2] Dr. Johnsson is a world class researcher in grid computing.


  1. ^ Faculty listing, University of Houston Computer Science Department.
  2. ^ Biography as a lecturer at a summer school at the KTH PDC Center for High Performance Computing.