For Lab employees Mariah Martinez and Paige Jones of LLNL Computing, their journeys to the Lab started with an internship. They have continued their work as full-time employees, paving the way for others to make a difference at the Lab.
Tammy Dahlgren has worked on a diverse variety of projects at the Lab, including supervisory control systems for the National Ignition Facility, animal disease modeling, mass hierarchical storage systems, RADIUSS, and more.
Every year, LLNL welcomes hundreds of interns for an experiential, hands-on approach to learning. Working with some of the brightest minds in their fields, our interns have the opportunity to explore new projects, build their skills, connect with mentors, and integrate into Lab culture.
An LLNL Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Scott Kohn supports LLNL’s cyber security research program. He joined the Lab in 1997 as one of the first external hires into CASC, Computing’s primary research and academic outreach organization.
In her nearly 40 years at LLNL, Julie Klein has seen a lot of change in the world through the Lab’s lens. She said that as a scientific institution, the Lab is only made better by pushing for greater diversity.
From wind tunnels and cardiovascular electrodes to the futuristic world of exascale computing, and with a few fantastic beasts thrown in for good measure, Brian Gunney has been finding solutions for unsolvable problems.
As CTO of Livermore Computing, de Supinski is responsible for formulating, overseeing, and implementing LLNL’s large-scale computing strategy, requiring managing multiple collaborations with the HPC industry and academia.
An LLNL Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Falgout is still finding the fun in problem solving as project leader for two of CASC’s most cutting-edge multigrid method computing projects, hypre and XBraid.
Women data scientists, Lab employees, and other attendees interested in the field gathered at the Livermore Valley Open Campus for the annual Livermore Women in Data Science (WiDS) regional event held in conjunction with the global WiDS conference.
Tony Baylis, LLNL Office of Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Programs director and SC23 inclusivity co-chair, has devoted more than three decades to building partnerships and collaborations that exemplify the tenets of DEI.