Articles in the People Category

[ Jan 4 2017 - 10:17 am ]

In November, the OLCF offered its first 3-day, Mini GPU Hackathon to accommodate overflow from its annual, 5-day hackathon held in October of this year.

[ Dec 7 2016 - 9:04 am ]

To proactively address the increasing demand for experts in data center experts, OLCF staff joined forces with the University of Tennessee to collaboratively teach a course dedicated to data center management.

[ Dec 7 2016 - 8:35 am ]

This year 14 women from ORNL attended the 22nd annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference to recruit, present research, and help build the community.

[ Dec 7 2016 - 8:27 am ]

Held from November 13–18 in Salt Lake City, Utah, SC16 gave OLCF staff members the opportunity to share their work and knowledge with the HPC community.

[ Nov 15 2016 - 9:55 pm ]

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility and General Electric, an industry user of the OLCF’s 27-petaflop Titan supercomputer, have been recognized in the annual HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Use of HPC Application in the Energy Industry.

[ Nov 8 2016 - 10:22 am ]

OLCF staff members presented for the first time at the 2016 ACM Richard Tapia conference, which aims to bring students and professionals together to promote diversity in computing.

[ Nov 8 2016 - 10:17 am ]

Teams from St. Jude, Duke, Georgia Tech were some of the new entities at the latest OLCF Hackathon, held last month.

[ Nov 8 2016 - 9:52 am ]

In 1980, the US and Japan formed the Joint Institute for Fusion Theory to improve collaboration on fusion research. This year, a three-day JIFT workshop came to ORNL.

[ Oct 18 2016 - 8:15 am ]

This year OLCF User Support Specialist Suzanne Parete-Koon was chosen as a nominee for the YWCA Tribute to Women Award and attended the event’s gala in September.

[ Oct 18 2016 - 8:14 am ]

Oak Ridge National Laboratory hosted a boot camp in conjunction with the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center within the College of Engineering. This