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Follow ORNL at SC11

By November 7, 2011January 22nd, 2013Technology2 min read

SC11 is the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.

Once again, the Department of Energy’s premier supercomputing facility will have plenty to offer at SC11 in Seattle, Washington. Drop by the ORNL exhibit to see the latest in scientific visualizations, find out what’s new at the nation’s most powerful computing complex, or hear from a range of experts representing all areas of computational science. Topics will include the Top500 list, the next-generation petascale supercomputer Titan, and the path towards open parallel file systems, to name a few. A complete schedule of presentations is available at And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for live updates from the show. We look forward to seeing you there!

SC11: ORNL Booth Speakers Schedule

Monday, November 14
7:00pm Jack Dongarra
Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, University of Tennessee
Tuesday, November 15
11:00am Doug Kothe
Director of CASL, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
11:30am Jim RogersDirector of Operations, Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility

David Michaud

Deputy Director of HPC and Communications, NOAA

1:30pm Buddy BlandProject Director, Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility
2:30pm Bronson MesserSenior R&D Staff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
3:30pm Galen ShipmanGroup Leader, Technology Integration, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Wednesday, November 16
10:00am Joseph OefeleinDistinguished Member of Technical Staff, SNL
10:30am Sean AhernNICS Executive Director, UT-Knoxville/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
11:00am Glenn BrookComputational Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
1:00pm Rich GrahamGroup Leader, Application Performance Tools, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2:00pm Marious SoteriouFellow of Research, Thermo-fluid Sciences, United Technologies Research Center
3:00pm Daniel QuestComputational Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Thursday, November 17
10:00am Les ButtonResearch Fellow, Science & Technology, Corning Inc.
11:30am Cecilia BitzAssociate Professor, University of Washington