Prior to joining ORNL, Lee Reynolds was the Senior RC Architect for the Research Computing group at Arizona State University where he designed and implemented a succession of HPC clusters used by faculty researchers and students. In his time there, he created several novel improvements for the Slurm HPC scheduler in the areas of usage accounting and reporting.

Now at ORNL, Lee is a Clusters Engineer who splits his efforts between the NCCS and CADES cluster environments.

In his spare time Lee enjoys spending time with his family in the much greener and milder outdoors of Tennessee. His primary hobby outside of working with computers and related technologies is the repair and restoration of vintage mechanical watches.


Mesa Community College
Computer Programming
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)