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DOE Cyber Vet Jim Mellander to Retire Next Month

Jim Mellander, a 14-year cybersecurity veteran of the U.S. Energy Department, will leave the agency on Nov. 1 to pursue his personal interests. He serves as senior cybersecurity engineer at DOE’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center for the past five years and is affiliated with the agency’s Lawrence Berkeley …

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Michael Wehner: Berkeley Nat’l Lab Seeks to Address Input-Output for Big Data

Michael Wehner, a senior staff scientist at the Energy Department‘s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory computational research division, has discussed the laboratory’s work to produce large volumes of weather simulation data in an interview with Information Week published Friday. William Jackson writes climate researchers at the Berkeley lab have generated more than 400 terabytes of modeling …

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David Bader: LLNL Climate Modeling Project Aims to Answer ‘Grand Challenges’

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has partnered with academic and private-sector organizations and seven other U.S. national laboratories to create a comprehensive climate and Earth system model by using high-performance computing technologies. Anne Stark, a senior public information officer at LLNL, writes Tuesday that the 10-year Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy …

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William Tschudi: LBNL Aims to Help Agency Data Centers Go ‘Green’

William Tschudi, head of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s High Tech and Industrial Systems Group, is leading efforts to help federal agencies keep up with energy usage practices that are utilized in data centers, FCW reported Monday. John Moore writes that Tschudi’s team is designated as an Energy Department Center of Expertise on energy efficiency at data …

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