We plan to base our GAG discussions off of sessions from the annual meeting that day. Whether we attend the same sessions or different ones, we can debrief about our day, share what we learned, circle back to questions or interesting points from the same session, or summarize other sessions for those who didn’t attend. Our discussions will be an opportunity to get to know one another and help each other synthesize what we learned during that day’s sessions.
Hello! I joined PNNL last summer on the High Performance Computing (HPC) group within the Research Computing team. I graduated from Oregon State University with a BS in Computer Science and a minor in French. On ExaGo’s software stack team, I am currently working on the build system and a Python wrapper for the C++ code base. Other projects I work on at PNNL include supporting an internal offering of MLFlow, building an HPC monitoring dashboard, and investigating encrypted machine learning strategies on HPC resources. This will be my first ECP Annual Meeting so I’m looking forward to sharing this experience with the SRP-HPC cohort as well! Outside of work, I like to rock climb, bake, and hang out with my cat.
This is my first ECP Annual Meeting, so I’m looking forward to connecting with the cohort during our extra discussions and help synthesize things that we learn during that week.
Hi there – my name is Cameron and I am passionate about mathematics, computer science, and everything in between! I started working at PNNL right at the start of the pandemic working on ExaGO, and have since started working on other projects in Machine Learning workflows, Privacy-Preserving machine learning, as well as a little bit of Quantum Computing. In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, playing chess, hanging out with my cat and enjoying great food!
I want to help lead a GAG to further engage with students, and to provide guidance from my experience within the ECP these last two years. Hopefully with my diverse background I can guide students through new topics and provide some additional perspective where it might otherwise be missing.