Min Received the 2016 NERSC Award for Innovative Use of HPC in the Early Career Category

Min Si, a Ph.D. guest graduate student in the Programming Models and Runtime Systems (PMRS) group, received the 2016 NERSC Award for Innovative Use of HPC in the Early Career category for her work on “novel system software in the context of MPI-3 one-sided communication.” This award will be officially announced at the NERSC user group (NUG) meeting on March 22nd. Min will also give a talk (remote presentation) on the science and computational aspects of her work on the afternoon of March 22 in the Building 50 auditorium at Berkeley Lab.

You can read more about the NUG meeting and the awards at
http://www.nersc.gov/users/NUG/annual-meetings/nug-2016/
http://www.nersc.gov/science/nersc-hpc-achievement-awards/

More information about the awarded work can be found at
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/project/casper/

Min is a Ph.D. student from the university of Tokyo and has worked at the PMRS group as a guest graduate student for her doctoral research in the past two years. She will graduate in this March and come back to the PMRS group as a postdoctoral researcher in May.

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