Jack is a research scientist in the networking research group. He finished his Ph.D.in 2022 at Duke University where his advisor was Alvin R. Lebeck. His dissertation focused on congestion control mechanisms and protocols for lossless networks. At Duke, he won the outstanding teaching award. He received his B.S. in computer science and mathematics from Rhodes College where he worked with Brian Larkins on parallel programming models. His research interests include HPC networking and hardware/software codesign for distributed systems. At Nvidia, Jack works on congestion control.