As part of the 50th anniversary of Virginia Tech’s computer science department, the university is featuring active and dynamic alumni—including LLNL computer scientist Ghaleb Abdulla.
As group leader and application developer in the NIF Computing Applications Division (NIFC), Jarom has been working on the development and release of VBL++ (Virtual Beamline).
Dianne Calloway has been at the Lab for 35 years, yet she is never bored. Her team in Computing’s Enterprise Application Services (EAS) Division builds and maintains data-tracking applications that support a huge variety of work at the Lab.
There’s many a circuitous path to a career at Lawrence Livermore.
LLNL teams conduct research using AI, and the Machine Learning Reading Group serves as a resource for employees to keep one another apprised of developments in this ever-changing field.
Cindy Gonzales earned a bachelor’s degree, started her master’s degree, and changed careers—all while working at the Lab. Meet one of our newest data scientists.
LLNL employees attended a five-part “Deep Learning 101” course, which introduced the basics of neural networks and machine learning to anyone with a basic knowledge of programming in Python.
Kirk Sylvester, security training coordinator with LLNL’s Global Security Computing Applications Division, is a self-proclaimed “tech geek.”
Juan Ramos discovered a professional calling in computer networking, security, and information technology while in the Marines.
Peter Robinson develops major infrastructure components and code development processes for ALE3D, a numerical simulation tool.