Sustainable Horizons Institute is delighted to be advised by a prestigious group of accomplished scientists, engineers and technologists.
Director of Strategic Diversity Programs, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Tony Baylis at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is the Laboratory’s Director for the Office of Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Programs. In this position, he is the senior management advocate for diversity and inclusion for the Laboratory. The Office of Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Programs partners with… Continue reading
Roscoe Giles is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University (BU). Giles’ research focuses on the application of high performance and parallel computing to physics and materials problems.
Giles has served in a number of leadership roles in the community, including as a member and chair of the DOE… Continue reading
Damian Rouson is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in software design and development for multiphysics modeling, including classical, quantum, and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence and multiphase flow. He coauthored the textbook Scientific Software Design: The Object-Oriented Way (Cambridge University Press, 2011) and has been contracted to teach related courses at … Continue reading
Schon received a USDA National Needs Fellowship to complete a Ph.D. in agronomy from the University of Missouri–‐Columbia. She then worked at Epcot® at Walt Disney World for 17 years, helping to bring agriculture and science to life. She served as Plant Nutritionist at The Land, the agriculture pavilion at Epcot®,… Continue reading
Throughout his career leading educational and governmental communities at the forefront of high performance computing (HPC), computational science, and engineering, John has found occasion to design and implement major educational initiatives with a focus on enhancing teacher and student experiences in computational science and HPC. During his engagements at various institutions including Department of… Continue reading