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Making Photovoltaic Research Exascale-ready

CRD and NERSC scientists are collaborating with Carnegie Mellon and other academic institutions on research that will use the nation’s first exascale computer and the BerkeleyGW code to continue the search for new, more efficient photovoltaic solar cell materials.

ESnet's Tracy Talks Optical Networking

The Packet Pushers podcast turned to ESnet's Chris Tracy to explain Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM), an optical multiplexing technology used to increase bandwidth over existing fiber networks.

CSA Mid-Career Workshop: Apply Now

Apply by March 23 for the inaugural CS Area Mid-Career Workshop. This workshop is aimed at mid-career CSA staff interested in developing the skills needed to move into the next phase of their careers at the Lab. Attendance is limited.

Extra Special Award for ESNET Team

Three members of ESnet's Cybersecurity team – Michael Dopheide, Vlad Grigorescu, and Sam Oehlert – were recently honored with an Extra Special Noteworthy Exemplary Trophy (ESNET) Award for their SANS 2019 Holiday Hack Challenge entry.

IntheKnow

ICYMI: Social Media

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What is RAPIDS? NVIDIA's Nick Becker talks GPU-accelerated open-source data science libraries on the NERSC User News podcast.
Why did CCSE post-doc Oscar Anterpara jump on the opportunity to work with the MFix-Exa project?

NERSC's Steve Farrell contributes to the MLPerf-HPC Working Group and so can you.

Photos: “When a woman enters data science, it changes the woman. When women enter data science, it changes data science.” - Daniela Ushizima

ESnet was pleased to host Bristol University and learn more about its Digital Futures Institute.

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