Dr. Sarp Oral is the Group Leader for the Technology Integration Group and a Distinguished Research Scientist at the National Center of Computational Sciences (NCCS) Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Sarp holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from University of Florida. He joined the ORNL in 2006 and his research and development interests are parallel I/O and file system technologies, benchmarking, high-performance computing and networking, fault-tolerance.
R&D Activities Contributions
DDSD: Data-Driven HPC System Design - As supercomputers grow more expensive, a more data-driven procurement strategy is needed to optimize the overall system performance while avoiding speculative resource provisioning at the…
2019 — Secretary of Energy’s Honor Award - Department of Energy, Summit and Sierra Teams
2019 — UT-Battelle Annual Award - ORNL - Summit Project
2015 — Significant Event Award - ORNL - Summit Supercomputer Acquisition Project
2011 — Significant Event Award - ORNL - Establishment of the National Climate Computing Research Center
2011 — Significant Event Award - ORNL - Spider file system performance improvement through technology integration
2010 — Significant Event Award - ORNL - Spider parallel file system deployment and transition to operations
2006 — Significant Event Award - ORNL - Jaguar Acceptance Milestone