Background

Before joining Oak Ridge Joseph worked for MultiMechanics as a DevOps engineer. During his time there he worked to make their software products and tools cross-platform and improve their quality assurance testing.

While attending college Joseph was a student researcher at Texas Advanced Computing Center. There he developed an automated large-scale system testing and performance benchmarking harness to assist monitoring their newest machine, Stampede2. Prior to that he participated in the Student Cluster Competition, where a team of 5 other students and him designed, managed, and optimized a small cluster to run scientific workloads and HPC benchmarks.

Joseph graduated from the University of Texas in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Education

2018
University of Texas
Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Publications

2017 - Ababao, R., Garcia, J. A., Voss, J., Proctor, W. C., & Evans, R. T. (2017). Student Cluster Competition 2016 reproducibility challenge: Genomic partitioning with ParConnect. Parallel Computing. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.parco.2017.07.002

2017 - Voss, J., Garcia, J. A., Proctor, W. C., & Evans, R. T. (2017). Automated System Health and Performance Benchmarking Platform: High Performance Computing Test Harness with Jenkins. In Proceedings of the HPC Systems Professionals Workshop (pp. 1:1–1:8). New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3155105.3155106