Yelick Lauded at SC19

This week at SC19, HPCWire honored Computing Science's Kathy Yelick with their Editor’s Choice for Outstanding Leadership in HPC. After 10 years at the helm of the CS Area, Yelick will step down at the beginning of 2020 to return to her research and teaching.
2019 Alvarez Fellow Jackie Yao sees the end of Moore's Law as the beginning of her research.
The Neurodata Without Borders: Neurophysiology (NWB:N) project is on a roll. Find out why it's gaining ground with neuroscientists.
UC Davis Cyberforce Team
Cyber success! CyberForce pitted college teams against virtual intruders at the lab this weekend.
ESnet6’s HighTouch Services will bring programmable network services to over 30 locations of the next-generation ESnet network. 
Can machine learning improve your commute? CRD researchers and CalTrans think so.
Frank Olken spent 36 years at Berkeley Lab tackling big data before it became Big Data. Colleagues and friends paid tribute at his recent passing.


ICYMI: Social Media

At the Elemental Slam on Capitol Hill, CRD's Bashir Mohammed told Senator Lisa Murkowski why Si is his favorite element.
DOE CyberForce Competition at Berkeley Lab: the movie.
ESnet is in on a $3.2 million effort to explore transparent optical quantum networks.
Marcus Noack wants experiments to get SMART with his Python-based algorithm for optimizing data collection.
DOE CyberForce Competition at Berkeley Lab: the photos.
group photo of WINS women.
Women in Networking at SC won a well-deserved People's Choice Award from HPCWire.


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