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Berkeley Lab Highlighted in SC10 Technical Program
When SC10 convenes Nov. 13 in New Orleans, La., Berkeley Lab researchers will be making significant contributions to the conference program. Our staff will participate in three tutorials, join in four panel discussions and lead five Birds-of-a-Feather sessions; and James Demmel will accept the IEEE's Sidney Fernbach Award. More>
Once again, Berkeley Lab's booth will showcase our valuable computing, networking and scientific resources—
our world-class roster of recognized experts. Many of our staff members will be holding "office hours" and talks in our booth. We will also showcase our renowned scientific visualizations in 3D and on our globe.
View our schedule for: •Talks • Roundtable Discussions • Demos
• Posters (See posters with Adobe Reader)
Can cloud computing meet the computing demands of the nation’s scientific community? Will the climate research community benefit from wide-area remote direct memory access over Ethernet? These are the questions that our researchers will attempt to answer in a variety of live demonstrations on the SC10 exhibit floor. More>
Need a job? Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences is currently looking to fill more than 20 positions—including a post for the next Computational Research Division Director. Look for our recruiter at the SC10 job fair and in our booth. You can also follow him on twitter and facebook. More>
Having fun at SC10? Tell your family and friends all about the cool exhibits in Berkeley Lab's SC10 booth with a handwritten note on one of our Computing Sciences postcards! From climate to combustion, each card features Department of Energy sponsored science results that were powered by NERSC supercomputers and the ESnet network. We'll even put a stamp on it and mail it for you!
This year, a number of Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences staff members have played key roles in the SC10
Organizing Committee. More>
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