Henk J. Sips received a M.Sc. degree from Delft University of Technolgy in 1976. He obtained a PhD in Computer Science (parallel and distributed computing) from Delft University of technology in 1984.

Currently he is full professor of Computer Science at Delft University of Technology. His research interests include parallel computer architectures, parallel programming, parallel algorithms, mobile computing, and distributed systems. Research projects he is involved in cover subjects such as language design and compiler technology for parallel systems, low power computing, mobile computing, and peer-2-peer systems. He has supervised over 40 PhD theses in these areas.

Henk Sips obtained a large number of research grants from the Dutch National Science foundation (NWO-EW and STW), the BSIK program, and the EU. He participated in the Esprit programs GENESIS, PCA, Hipartool, PREPARE, and Joses and is a member of the Hipeac Network of Excellence. Currently he is involved in the BSIK research programs VL-E (grid computing), Freeband (peer-to-peer systems), Smart Surroundings (intelligent sensor environments), and ESI (embedded systems).

Henk Sips authored and co-authored over 170 scientific publications and co-authored the book Computer and Network Organization. H.J.Sips