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Philippe Bonnet is an experimental computer scientist with a background in database systems. He is an expert on storage system software. In this area, he contributed to the uFlip Benchmark, the Linux multiqueue block layer, the Linux framework for Open-Channel SSDs, the OX architecture for computational storage, the xNVMe library and Delilah, a prototype for eBPF offload on computational storage. Philippe was involved in the development of sensor networks in the early 2000s with the Cougar project at Cornell, and the Hogthrob and Mana projects at U.Copenhagen. Philippe is co-author of a book on database tuning together with Dennis Shasha.