The Institutional Computing Executive Group

The Institutional Computing Executive Group (ICEG) is an oversight group of interested users from the various directorates. Typically, these individuals are appointed by their Associate Directors (ADs). This oversight group will attend regular meetings hosted by the M&IC Program Director. In general, ICEG members will:

  • Review M&IC progress and recommend technical direction. The ICEG will prepare a report for the Deputy Director for Science and Technology and the AD for Computation as needed.
  • Act as the chief representatives for their directorates or areas. Members are encouraged to communicate directly with the M&IC Leaders.

In addition, Strategic Capability points of contact (POCs) are responsible for managing respective allocations as defined in Strategic Capability High Performance Computing: Governance Approach.

ICEG Members

  • Tarabay Antoun—Physical and Life Sciences
  • Jim Brase—Global Security
  • Trish Damkroger—Computation
  • Lori Diachin—Computation
  • Bob Ferencz—Engineering
  • Steve Langer—Weapons and Complex Integration/National Ignition Facility
  • Katie Lewis—National Ignition Facility
  • Felice Lightstone—Bio Sciences
  • Erik Mckinzie—Global Security
  • Eric Schwegler—Physical and Life Sciences
  • Henry Shaw—Physical and Life Sciences
  • Randy Simpson—Weapons and Complex Integration
  • Bert Still—Weapons and Complex Integration
  • Fred Streitz—High Performance Computing Innovation Center
  • Jamie Van Randwyk—Global Security
  • Dan White—Engineering
  • Brian Carnes—Chair
  • Kim Cupps—Technical Advisor
  • Michel McCoy—Technical Advisor
  • Greg Tomaschke—Technical Advisor

Strategic Capability POCs

  • Computation—Trish Damkroger
  • Engineering—Dan White
  • Global Security—Erik Mckinzie
  • National Ignition Campaign—Managed via the Weapons/ICF LC Steering Committee (John Lindl, Michel McCoy, Charlie Verdon)
  • Physical and Life Sciences—Eric Schwegler
  • Weapons and Complex Integration—Randy Simpson

M&IC Leaders

The M&IC Leaders focus on internal technical issues and are responsible for the unclassified computing environment. They lead a team of systems, storage, and documentation experts to create an environment that is acceptable to all stakeholders.

  • Brian Carnes—M&IC Program Director
  • Greg Tomaschke—M&IC Deputy Program Director