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Sustainable Research Pathways 2018


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Tanzima Islam, Assistant Professor at Texas State University

Tanzima Islam, Assistant Professor at Texas State University

The most exciting part about joining the SRP Program has been having the opportunity to work on the supercomputer Cori and with the application scientists closely. We are working on analyzing the performance of ECP applications and validating some of the proxies that the AMREX team has developed. Over the summer, we developed a machine learning framework, VERITAS, that identifies which hardware...
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SRP 2018: Jai Huntley, Student at Hampton University

I am an Electrical Engineering major from Hampton University. My advisor, Dr. Sun invited me to form part of her SRP team. This was my first research experience and it is amazing to see how much my confidence has grown in 10 weeks in the quantum computing. I have a better understanding of  quantum computing, quantum controls, and  had the opportunity...
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SRP 2018: Dr. Christopher Paolini

SRP 2018: Dr. Christopher Paolini

 Over the summer, Dr. Paolini’s students worked with LBNL developed codes that simulate microscale flows in complex porous media geometries.  The students gained unique skills in using state-of-the-art high-performance computing resources for simulating pore scale, geologic subsurface flow using finite volume, embedded boundary (EB) methods where irregular boundaries are represented by intersecting a geologic domain with a cartesian grid.  Dr....
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SRP 2018: Abdullah Sharmin

SRP 2018: Abdullah Sharmin

The most exciting aspect of working at Berkeley Lab is undoubtedly my daily interactions with the brilliant minds present here. As a PhD student and researcher, the meetings and conversations I’ve had with the amazing and diverse crowd working here have been educational, invaluable, and in many cases, eye-opening. The opportunity to evaluate my research on cutting-edge supercomputing systems such...
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