Trinity High Performance Computing Team for significant contributions to the Stockpile Stewardship Program
Presented at special session on "Advances in locally mass conservative discretizations for fluid flows"
For educating the next generation of computational scientists through teaching at UNM
For outstanding team effort on an industrial CRADA project
Fastest triangle counting algorithm
Fastest triangle counting algorithm.
Astra, first petascale Arm Supercomputer
For pioneering theoretical and practical advances in numerical methods for partial differential equations (PDEs), which includes the invention of new algorithms, the rigorous mathematical analysis of algorithms and of the mathematical models to which they apply, the implementation of computational algorithms for solving applications problems of general interest that are also of particular relevance to Department of Energy missions, and the development of production software.
Team award for Enceladus: Quantum Computer Benchmarking
Nomination for Individual Exceptional Service
For the dedicated and sustained effort required to bring up the Cielo computer platform and complete acceptance testing within schedule
Cray Users’ Group Annual Technical Conference (CUG’20)
The Astra Supercomputer Team procured the world’s largest high-performance computing system based on the Arm processor, working on a very aggressive schedule to obtain Sandia’s fastest computer, meeting several important programmatic and technical milestones.
Red Storm Massively Parallel Processor
Sandia National Laboratories, Team A – INNOVATION, Divisions ESD – 5000
2012 Class of SIAM Fellows
This award is assigned to the most outstanding paper in the field of scalable supercomputing accepted to ISC HPC
Other guest editors for this issue: Remi Abgrall (University of Bordeaux and INRIA), Jason Frank (CWI and University of Amsterdam), Barry Koren (CWI and Leiden University, managing guest editor), Blair Perot (University of Massachusetts Amherst).
The John von Neumann Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Computational Science offers an exceptional opportunity to conduct innovative research in computational mathematics and scientific computing on advanced computing architectures. As members of either the Computing Research Center at Sandia/New Mexico or the Computer Sciences and Information Systems Center at Sandia/California, von Neumann Fellows apply their research findings to a broad range of science and engineering problems of national importance.
"For demonstrating the viability of virtual machine technology for HPC applications at a scale two orders of magnitude beyond any previous study"
SIAM Annual Meeting
Tutorial given at the IMA workshop on "Numerical solution of PDEs: novel discretization techniques"
Office of Science, DOE
Red Storm Design and Development Team
Division of Mathematical Sciences
Invited talk at the IMA workshop on "Numerical solution of PDEs: novel discretization techniques"
Workshop on “Non-standard numerical methods for PDE’s”, Pavia,Italy
Presented at special session on "Solution Algorithms for Multiple-Component Constrained Partial Differential Equations"
Minisimposium comprised of 3 parts.
For 3.5 years of participation on the National Research Council (of the National Academies) Standing Advisory Board for the Joint IED Defeat Organization.
Invited to be on the External Advisory Board for this DOE-BES Software Innovation Center
Mantevo Suite 1.0
Sandia was a member of CASL (Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors), whose researchers received an award for Virtual Environment for Reactor Applications (VERA). VERA is a suite of coupled physics simulation tools that model the internal processes of commercial nuclear fission power plants and predict reactor behavior in a number of potential scenarios.
One of the 100 Most Technologically Significant New Products of the Year
Susan Seestrom, Recognized for https://www.nature.com/articles/s42005-021-00705-1
Red Storm Design, Development and Deployment Team
TeraFLOP Computer Installation Team
Senior Member is the highest professional grade of the IEEE for which a member may apply. It requires experience, and reflects professional accomplishment and maturity. Only 8% of IEEE 416,000 members have achieved this level.
"For outstanding work in leading the development of Prism and providing training in its use."
For demonstrated success in transforming Dakota to a production computational tool in support of Sandia’s core NW mission and a growing external customer base
Nominated to be one of ~100 young engineers to participate in a multi-day symposium on emerging topics in engineering. https://www.naefrontiers.org/Symposia/USFOE/USFOE-PastSymposia/54726.aspx