Dr. Stewart is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. He leads the ReROUT Lab where students build cutting-edge research systems, transfer them to industry and under served communities and celebrate diverse, intellectually enriching backgrounds. The lab conducts REsearch that Reaches OUT by bringing data-driven precision agriculture systems to local farmers, renewable powered data centers to companies like HPE and Microsoft and novel STEM learning platforms to over 1500 students in Columbus area schools. Dr. Stewart is an Eminent Engineer in the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society and has been recognized as a Rising Star by the Central Ohio Tech Power Players community. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award. He has been recognized as a leading African American in web technology by Revision Path. His research accomplishments span multiple fields with award winning papers in forums ranging from performance modeling to computer networking to sustainable systems engineering and invited seminars to internationally renowned groups working in distributed computing systems, computer architecture, precision agriculture, smart cities and translational data analytics. He was the founding Chief Editor of the Sustainable Computing Register, the regular publication of the IEEE STC on Sustainable Computing.  Dr. Stewart earned a PhD from the University of Rochester under the supervision of Kai Shen. He also graduated from Morehouse College.


distributed systems

performance modeling

autonomic computing

sustainable computing

data driven

data science