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DOE: 3 Natl Labs Form Supercomputing Tech Development Alliance

Three Energy Department-funded research centers have forged a partnership that aims to increase scientists’ access to supercomputer technology in efforts to address scientific, national security and environmental problems. DOE said Tuesday the Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Berkeley national laboratories created the Alliance for Application Performance at Extreme Scale to design, procure and implement high-performance computing …

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Dr. Ellen Williams: ARPA-E Forum Highlights Collaborative Energy Tech Projects

The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy has presented several of its technology development projects with other government agencies and companies at the annual ARPA-E innovation summit. Many ARPA-E project teams have secured private sector funds and formed startups and partnerships to bring new energy-related technological platforms to the U.S. market, the …

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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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Peter Tseronis

Peter Tseronis serves as U.S. Department of Energy’s deputy associate chief information officer. His primary responsibilities include providing strategic leadership, direction, and advising on IT-related issues. Tseronis also is chairman of the Federal Cloud Computing Advisory Council. Prior to his position at DOE, Tseronis served for eight years as chief …

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