Tudor Dumitras is a senior research engineer at Symantec Research Labs (SRL), and his research interests are in data-intensive techniques for understanding and improving the dependability of computer systems. At SRL he built the Worldwide Intelligence Network Environment (WINE), which is currently used by several research teams in academia, as well as by Symantec's engineers. Tudor's prior research focused on improving the dependability of large-scale distributed systems (addressing operator errors during software upgrades), of enterprise systems (addressing the predictability of fault-tolerant middleware), and of embedded systems (addressing soft errors in networks-on-chip). He received the 2011 A. G. Jordan Award, from the ECE Department at Carnegie Mellon University, for an outstanding Ph.D. thesis and for service to the community, the 2009 John Vlissides Award, from ACM SIGPLAN, for showing significant promise in applied software research, and the Best Paper Award at ASP-DAC'03. Tudor holds a Ph.D. degree from Carnegie Mellon University.