ASCAC Members Bio

ASCAC Members Bios

Giles, Roscoe C.
Field of Interest: COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS. Education: Univ Chicago, BA, 70; Stanford Univ, PhD (physics), 75. Professional Experience: Res assoc, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, 75-76; Res. assoc, Center for Theoretical Physics, MIT, 76-78; asst professor, MIT Physics Department, 79-85; assoc professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University, 85-98, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University, 99-. Concurrent Pos: Team Leader, Education Outreach and Training Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (EOT-PACI), 97-.; Deputy Director, Boston University Center for Computational Science, 92-present. Honors & Awards: Department of Energy Undergraduate Computational Science Education Awards, 94 & 95; Boston University Scholar-Teacher of the Year, 92; Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Fellow. Member: Am Phys Soc, Sigma Xi, SIAM, Phi Beta Kappa. Res: Parallel computer applications, simulations of large scale molecular systems; micromagnetic. Mailing Address: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA 02215.

Berger, Marsha
Field of Interest: SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING/COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. Education: State University of New York, Binghamton, BS, 74; Stanford University, MS, 78, PhD, 82. Professional Experience: Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, 93 - present, Deputy Director of the Courant Institute, 97-03, Fall 05, Associate Professor of Computer Science, 88 - 93, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, 85 - 88, Postdoc, 82 - 85, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University; Visiting Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center, 03 - 05, 91 - 92, summers 93 - present; ICASE (Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering - NASA Langley Research Center): in residence Aug. 83, Aug. 84, consultant 85. Member: SIAM Board of Trustees, 04 - 07, SIAM Council 92 - 98, SIAM Compensation Committee 05 - 07, IMA Board of Governors, 00 - 03; SISSC Editorial Board, 89 - 98; SIAM, AIAA, AWM, DOE Howes Fellowship Award Committee, 06, DOE Computational Fellowship Committee, 00 - 02; NSF Computational Physics Steering Committee, 01 - 02, NSF Senior Assessment Panel for US Mathematics, 97 - 98. Honors and Awards: elected to the National Academy of Engineering, 05; IEEE Sidney Fernbach award, 04; Silver Chair, awarded by NYU, 03; NASA Software of the Year Award for Cart3D, 02; Sokol Faculty Award in the Sciences, New York University, 00; elected to the National Academy of Sciences, 00; NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award, 88. Mailing Address: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, 251 Mercer Street, New York, NY 1001.

Blumenthal, Marjory S.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE & NETWORKING (Tech. Policy). Education: Brown University, AB-economics, biology, 77; .Harvard University, MPP-economics, analytic methods, & management, 80. Professional Experience: Associate Provost, Georgetown University, 2003-present; Executive Director, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, the National Academies, 87-03; Manager, Competitive Analysis and Planning, General Electric Information Services Company, 85-87; Project Director, U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, 80-85. Advisory Council on Computing and Information Technology (Brown), 10; Participant, Office of the Director of National Intelligence SHARP: National Security Impact, 10; Adjunct Staff Officer, RAND , 08; Center for Strategic and International Studies Commission on Cyber Security, 07-11; Board of Directors, Ballston S&T Alliance, 07; Consultant, OECD/Information, Computer and Communications Policy, 06; National Defense University Cyberpower & National Security project, 06-08; State of the USA Strategic &Technical Advisory Group, 05; ASCR COV, 04; Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy, Department of State , 03; Board of Directors, Center for Internet Security, 03-07; External Advisory Board Chair, Center for Embedded Network Sensing (UCLA), 08; Advisory Board, Quello Center for Telecommunications Management and Law, 02; Advisory Board, Pew Internet & American Life Project, 99; Science Board, Santa Fe Institute, 99-06; Board of Directors, Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 00-05; Associate Editor, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (2000-2003); and Visiting Scientist, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, 1998. Mailing Address: Office of the Provost, Georgetown University, 3700 O Street, NW, ICC 650, Washington, DC 20057.

Cerf, Vinton G.
NETWORKING; b. 1943; Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google; Education: Stanford, BS-Mathematics, 66; UCLA, MS- Computer Science, 70; UCLA, PhD – Computer Science, 72.; Professional Experience: Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google 2005-present; Senior Vice President of Technology Strategy , MCI 97-05; Vice President, Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI); Vice President, MCI Digital Information Services 82–86; Program Manager, DARPA 76-82; Assistant professor, Stanford University 72–76; Board of Trustees, Gallaudet University, 97-present; Board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, 99-07;  Member, Bulgarian Presidential IT Advisory Council; Member, Advisory Board of Eurasia Group; Member, Board of Advisors of Scientists and Engineers for America; Member, Advisory Council of CRDF Global; Board of Trustees of ARIN, the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) of IP addresses for North America;  Board of Directors of StopBadware at Harvard; Board of Advisors of the Hyperwords Company, Ltd (UK); 08 Chair, IDNAbis working group of the IETF.  Honors and Awards:  IEEE Fellow, 88; ACM Fellow, 94; Yuri Rubinsky Memorial Award, 1996; SIGCOMM Award; National Academy of Engineering, National Medal of Technology, 97; AWIS Fellow, 00; The Turing Award, 04; Presidential Medal of Freedom, 05; National Inventors Hall of Fame, 06; Fellow, Society for Technical Communication, 06; Japan Prize, 08; Commissioner, Broadband Commission for Digital Development, 10-present; and numerous honorary degreesMailing Address:  Google, Inc., 1818 Library St., Suite 400, Reston, VA  20190.

Chan, Vincent
Field of Interest: APPLICATIONS (fusion). Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison, BS-EE, 72; University of Wisconsin-Madison, MS-EE, 73; University of Wisconsin-Madison, PhD-Plasma Physics, 75.Professional Experience: Director, Theory and Computational Science, Energy and Electromagnetic Systems group, General Atomics, 1998-present; Director, Core Physics Division, DIII-D National Fusion Facility, GA, 91-98; Manager, Fusion theory Department, GA, 87-91; Research Scientist, GA, 75-present. Divisional Councilor, American Physical Society, 11-present. Member: International Advisory Committee, Institute of Nuclear S&T – Peking University, China, 11-present; University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board, 08-present; Field Coordinator, US-PRC Magnetic Fusion Research Collaboration, 2000-present; FESAC, 01-03, 07; International Advisory Committee, Chinese Academy of Science, Institute of Plasma Physics, 04; Chair, American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics, 07 Honors and Awards: Distinguished Achievement Award, College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 11; International S&T Cooperation Award of the Peoples Republic of China, 09; Joint Institute of Fusion Theory Visiting Professor, Japan, 98; Fellow, American Physical Society, 88; Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellow, 73; Eugene Hotaling Undergraduate Fellow, 71-72. Mailing Address: General Atomics, P.O. Box 85608, San Diego, CA 92186-5608.

Chapman, Barbara M. P.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCES. Education: University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, B. Sc. Hons (1st) 75; Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, U.K., PhD, 85.Professional Experience: Research Associate, Dept. of Software Technology and Parallel Systems, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 91 - 98; Director, VCPC, European Center for Parallel Computing, Vienna, Austria, 95 - 98; Consultant, ICASE, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, 95 - 00; Reader, Dept. of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, U.K., 98 - 00; Visiting Reader, Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, U.K , 00 - 03; Professor, Computer Science, University of Houston, TX , 99 - present; Director, HPCTools lab, 99 - present, Co-director, Center for BioMedical and Environmental Genomics, 10 - present; Subject editor, Scientific Programming 00 - present; Editorial board Concurrency Practice and Experience, Editorial board, International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering. CEO cOMPunity Inc., 01 - present.Member: Association for Computing Machinery, OpenMP Architecture Review Board 01 - present; Global Arrays Advisory Board; Multicore Association Mailing Address: Dept. of Computer Science, Philip G. Hoffman Hall 501, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Rd, Houston, TX 77204-3010.

Chen, Jacqueline H.
Field of Interest: COMBUSTION. Education: Ohio State University, BS, 81; University of California at Berkeley, MS, 82; Stanford University, Stanford, CA, PhD, 89. Professional Experience: Senior Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, 82-98; Principal Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, 98- 01; Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah 99-01; Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, 01-present; Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah, 01-present, Director, Board of Director of the Combustion Institute, 07-13; Editor Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, vols. 29-30, 02, 04; Editorial Advisory Boards of Combustion and Flame, 04-08, Progress in Energy and Combustion 07-, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 08-13, Computational Science and Discovery 07. Member: Combustion Institute Gold Medal Selection Committee 2006; Combustion Institute Co-Chair 2008; Combustion Institute Board of Directors Nomination Committee 2008. Honors and Awards: Sandia Doctoral Study Program Fellowship 87-89; DOE INCITE Award 2005, 2007, 2008; DOE Leadership Computing Facility Award 2006; Sandia Employee Recognition Award for Technical Excellence 98; Plenary 12th International SIAM Numerical Combustion Conference 08; Plenary 21st US Transport Fusion TaskForce Meeting 08; Plenary DNS and LES of Reacting Flows Meeting, ERCOFTAC-28 08. Mailing Address: Sandia National Laboratories, Attn: Dr. Jacqueline Chen, Mail Stop 9051, P.O. Box 969, Livermore, CA 94551-096.

Dongarra, Jack J.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE. Education: Chicago State University, BS, 72; Illinois Institute of Technology, MS, 73; University of New Mexico, PhD 80. Professional Experience: Computer Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, 80-88; Senior Computer Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, 88-89; Distinguished Scientist, University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 89 - 00; University Distinguished Professor, University of Tennessee, 00 - present; Distinguished Research Participant, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 00 - present; Turing Fellow, University of Manchester, 07 - present. Member: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO Australia), Australia eResearch advisory panel, 08 - Present; Louisiana State University, LONI Institute Advisory Board, 08 - Present; Argonne National Laboratory's Advanced Leadership Computing Facility External Advisory Committee, 08 - Present; University College Dublin's Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory International Advisory Board, 08 - Present; NERSC (National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center) Policy Board of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 08 - Present; DOE's Advisory Committee for the Institute for advanced Architectures and Algorithms (IAA), 08 - Present; Scientific Board of Advisors for the Uppsala Programming for Multicore Architectures Research Center (UPMARC), Uppsala University Sweden, 08 - Present; Army Research Lab Panel on Digitization and Communications Science (Member; 1996 -- 2008); Member of President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology's (PCAST) Networking and Information Technology Technical Advisory Group (TAG). (06 - 08); ORNL's CSM and NCCS Advisory Committee, (06 - present); National Academies Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Committee to Study the Future of Supercomputing, 02-04; WTEC Study of Japanese Supercomputers, 04. Honors and Awards: Recipient of the IEEE Medal of Excellence in Scalable Computing, 08; IEEE Sidney Fernbach Memorial award, 03; E.T.S. Walton Visitor Award from the Science Foundation Ireland, 04; Elected to the National Academy of Engineering, 01; R&D 100 Awards in 94, 99, 99, 01; Fellow AAAS 94; Fellow ACM 01; Fellow IEEE 99; Fellow SIAM 09. Mailing Address: Prof. Jack Dongarra; EECS Department; University of Tennessee; Knoxville TN 37996.

Glotzer, Sharon C. (Not yet sworn in)
Field of Interest: COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, CA, BS cum laude, 87; Boston University, MA, 90; Boston University, PhD, 93. Professional Experience: TRW Space and Technology Group, Redondo Beach, CA, 86-87; National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Associate, Polymers Division, Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory [MSEL], National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST], 93-95; Physicist, Polymers Division, MSEL, NIST, 95-00; Director, Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science, MSEL, NIST, 97-00; Associate Professor (with tenure) 01-05, Professor (with tenure) 05-09, Stuart W. Churchill Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering (09-present) and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Engineering, Physics, and Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Co-founding Director, Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering; 09-present; Director of Research Computing, College of Engineering, and Director, UM Institute for Computational Science and Engineering; Director, MESD, AIChE, 07-09; Chair, Nano Forum, AIChE, 03-06; Chair, FIAP, APS, 03-07; National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellow, Department of Defense, 09-14. Fellow, American Physical Society, 06. Member: ALCOM External Advisory Board, 95-02; Scientific Review Committee, CNMS, ORNL, 03-06. Chair, WTEC International Assessment of Simulation-Based Engineering and Science, 07-08. NSF NCN, External Advisory Board, 07- ;. Supervisory Board of Marie Curie Initial Training of Researchers Network on "Physics of Complex Colloids: Equilibrium and Driven", 09-;. External Advisory Board, NCSU Institute for Computational Science & Engineering, 10- ;. National Science Foundation Mathematical and Physical Sciences Advisory Council, 09-12. ANL M2D2 Scientific Advisory Panel. National Academies committees: Solid State Sciences Committee, BPA, 04-07, TIGER Standing Committee for Defense Intelligence, AFSB, 05-11, Solid State Sciences Committee, Board on Physics and Astronomy 04-07, Modeling, Simulation and Games NRC Study Committee 08-09, Biomolecular Materials and Processes Study Committee 06-07, Threat Analysis NRC Study Committee 04-05; Editorial Advisory Boards: ACS Nano, 09- ; Nanoscale, 09- ; AIChE Journal, 05-; Computers in Science and Engineering, 02- ; Topics in Chemical Engineering, Oxford University Press, 02 - ; Nanotechnology, 05-06; PhysChemComm, 98-03; Multiscale Modeling and Simulation 10-. Honors and Awards: Dept of Commerce Bronze Medal Award, 97; Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, 98; APS Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award, 2000; Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer, 01-03; Monroe-Brown Foundation Research Excellence Award, UM, 06; Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies Faculty Recognition Award, UM 06-07; Charles M.A. Stine Award, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 08; DOD National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship, 09-; Stuart W. Churchill Collegiate Professorship, UM, 09-. Co-Chair, GRC on Supramolecular Assembly, 2013. Mailing Address: Professor Sharon C. Glotzer, Chemical Engineering Dept, University of Michigan, 2300 Hayward St, Ann Arbor MI 48109-2136.

Graham, Susan L.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE. Educatiion: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, BA, 64; Stanford University, MS, 66, PhD, 71. Professional Experience: Associate Research Scientist and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU, 69-71; Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 71-76; Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 76-81; Professor of Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1981-2004; Chancellor's Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 1997 - 2000; Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 2001-2004; Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor Emerita and Professor in the Graduate School, 2004-present. Founding Editor-in-Chief, ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 78-92. Chief computer scientist, NSF National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI), 1997 - 2005. Member, National Academy of Engineering; Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Fellow, Association for Computing Machinery; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow, California Council on Science and Technology. Member: Member, ACM Delegation to Chinese Institute of Electronics, People's Republic of China, 1982; Member, Executive Committee of the ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages, 83-87; Member and Chair, ACM Turing Award committee, 85-90; Member, National Research Council Commission on Physical Science, Mathematics, and Applications, 92-95; Member; Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 92-95; Member; President's Committee on the National Medal of Science, 1994 - 2000; Member, National Research Council Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, 1996 - 2001; Member, President's Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC), 1997 - 2003; Member, Panel for International Review of United Kingdom Computer Science Research, 2001; Member, National Science Foundation Alan T. Waterman Award Committee, 01-04; Member, Harvard University Board of Overseers, 01-07 (President, 06-07); Co-chair, National Research Council Study on the Future of Supercomputing, 02-04; Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Singapore Institute for High Performance Computing, 06-present; Vice-chair, Council of the Computing Community Consortium, 07-present; Member, ACM Infosys Award committee, 2007-present; Member, Petascale External Advisory Committee, University of Illinois, 2008-present; Member of numerous university advisory and review committees. Honors and Awards: ACM Recognition of Service Awards, 1985 and 1992; Plenary Speaker, Eighth International Conference on Logic Programming, Paris, 1991; Co-recipient, First USENIX Lifetime Achievement Award - to Berkeley Computer Systems Research Group for Berkeley UNIX, 1993; Forsythe Lecturer, Computer Science Dept., Stanford University, 1993; University of California Honored Woman of the CAL Community, 1995; Keynote Speaker, ACM SIGSOFT Sixth International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering, 1998; ACM SIGPLAN Career Programming Language Achievement Award, 2000; Dean's Lecturer, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, 2001; ACM Distinguished Service Award, 2006; Harvard Medal, 2008; IEEE van Neumann Medal, 2009. Mailing Address: Computer Sci. Div.-Dept. of EECS # 1776, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94520-1776.

Hack, James J.
Field of Interest: NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WEATHER AND CLIMATE. Education: Lyndon State College, B.S. 1974; Colorado State University, M.S. 1977, Ph.D. 1980. Professional Experience: Research Staff Member, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, 1981-1984; Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), 1984-1998; Professor Adjoint, University of Colorado, 1991-1995; 2003-present; Senior Scientist, NCAR, 1999-present; Head, Climate Modeling Section, Climate and Global Dynamics Division, NCAR, 2001-present; Deputy Director, Climate and Global Dynamics Division, NCAR, 2004-2006; Professor Adjunct, University of Colorado, 2006-Present; Director, National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) and lead for Climate Change Initiative, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2006-Present. Professional Service: NCAR Scientific Computing Division (SCD) Advisory Panel, 1985-1988, 1994-1998; NSF Institutional Infrastructure Program Evaluation and Review Panels, 1988-1989; NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing (DASC) Supercomputer Center Review and Site Visit Panels, 1989; JASON/MITRE Studies, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000; NSF DASC Program Plan Review Panel, 1990-1991; DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Program Steering and Review Panels, 1990-2000, 2003-present; Review Panel George Mason University Institute for Computational Sciences and Informatics, 1994; NSF Multidisciplinary Challenge Pre-Proposal and Final Review Panels, 1995; NSF Program for Advanced Computational Infrastructure Review Panels, 1996; Co-chair Community Climate System Model (CCSM) Atmospheric Model Working Group, 1997-2002; Oak Ridge National Laboratory Computer Science and Mathematics Division Advisory Committee, 1998-present; Editor, Journal of Climate, 1998-2001; Co-chair, NCAR Clouds and Climate Program, 1998-present; Review Panel for the ORNL Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate, 2002; Review Panel Chair for LLNL Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 2002; U.S. Water Cycle Scientific Steering Group, 2002-present; U.S. GEWEX Cloud Systems Study (GCSS) Scientific Steering Group 2003-present; NCAR SCD Climate Simulation Laboratory Advisory and Allocation Panel, 2002 - present; LLNL/PCMDI Advisory Committee (Chair), 2003-present; CCSM Scientific Steering Committee, 2002-2006; Joint Scientific Committee (JSC) for the World Climate Research Programme and the WMO Commission for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) JSC/CAS Working Group on Numerical Experimentation (WGNE), 2006-present; U.S. CLIVAR Process Studies and Model Improvement Panel (Co-chair), 2005-Present. Honors and Awards: Honors Group, Westinghouse Science Scholarships and Awards, 1971; Rita L. Bole Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Lyndon State College, 1974; NCAR Incentive Awards 1989 and 1996; CCSM Distinguished Achievement Award, 2001. Mailing Address: National Center for Computational Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6161.

Hey, Anthony J. G.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE. Education: Worcester College, Oxford University, BA in Physics, 1967; St. Johns College, Oxford University, DPhil in Theoretical Physics; CEng.1997; CITP 1997; CPhys. 2004. Professional Experience: Research Fellow, Physics Department, Caltech, Pasadena 1970-72; Research Fellow, Theory Division, CERN, Geneva 1972-74; Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Reader in Physics, University of Southampton, UK 1974-86; Professor of Computer Science, Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK 1986-94; Head of Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK 1994-99; Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Southampton, UK 1999-2001; Director of the UK e-Science Program, Office of Science and Technology, UK 2001-05; Corporate Vice President for External Research, Microsoft Research, US 2005 - present; Visiting Research Fellow at MIT, Cambridge 1978; Visiting Research Fellow at Caltech Pasadena 1981; Visiting Senior Research Fellow at IBM Research, Yorktown 1990; Visiting Senior Research Fellow, LANL, Los Alamos 1998; Editor of Concurrency and Computation, Wiley 1988 - present; Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering, Fellow of the IET, Fellow of the BCS, Fellow of the Institute of Physics; Senior Member IEEE. Member: IFIP Working Group 10.3 on Concurrent Systems; Open Grid Forum Management Board; NSF Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure; Expert Group for SURF, Netherlands; Trustee of Washington State Life Sciences Discovery Fund; Industrial Advisory Committee for EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley; Advisory Board of the National e-Science Centre, Edinburgh, UK. Honors and Awards: Scott Prize for Physics, University of Oxford; Harkness Fellowship; Royal Society European Fellowship; Commendation in 1987 COPUS Science Book Prize; BCS Jubilee Lecturer 1989; Commander of the British Empire 2005; Honorary Fellow, Cardiff University 2005; IEE John Pinkerton Lecture 2006; Honorary DCL, Newcastle University 2007. Mailing Adddress: Tony Hey, Microsoft Research B99, One Microsoft Way, Redmond WA 98052, US.

Huntoon, Gwendolyn L.
Field of Interest: NETWORKING. Education: Bowdoin College, BA-Mathematics, 83; Northeastern University, MS-EE, 85.Professional Experience: Director, Advanced Networking, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, 1999-present; Chief Technology Office, National Lambda Rail, 09-10; Director of Operations, National Lambda Rail, 05-09; Executive Director, The Quilt, 01-04;, Manager, Networking, PSC, 95-99; Coordinator, Networking, PSC, 92-95; Acting Manager, Networking and Operations, PSC, 91-92; Network Engineer, Networking and Operations, PSC, 89-91; Staff Engineer, CNR Incorporated, Needham, MA, 85-89; Staff Assistant, EE Department, Northeastern University, 83-85. Member: Internet2 Research Advisory Committee, 08 – Present, (Vice Chair 2011-present)Board Member, National Lambda Rail, 05-Present (Vice Chair, 08-10; Executive Committee 08-10); Executive Committee Member, the Quilt, Inc, 09 – present; Advisory Committee Member, Computer Programming and Information Technology, Steel Valley AVTS 05-Present; Member, AlleghenyConnect Infrastructure Committee, 08-10; Mentor, Pittsburgh Girls in IT Workshop, 05-08; Member of the Board, Scott Township Public Library 00-06 (Chair 05-06); Member, Strategic Planning Committee, EINetwork, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh 06; Member, Teragrid Futures Steering Committee, 08; Member, ASCAC Networking Subcommittee, 07; Member, ESnet Review, 06. Mailing Address: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, 300 South Craig St., Pittsburgh, PA 15213.

Manteuffel, Thomas A.
Field of Interest: COMPUTATIONAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. Education:: University of Wisconsin, BS 70; University of Illinois, Urbana , MS 73, PhD 75. Professional Experience: Assistant Professor, Emory University, 75-76; Member Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratory, Livermore 76-79; Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque 79-81; Member Technical Staff, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 81-89; Section Leader, Research and Mathematical Libraries, Los Alamos National laboratory, 82-87; Professor and Director of Center for Computational Mathematics, University of Colorado, Denver, 85-93; Ulam Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 93-94; Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder, 94-present. Professional Service: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Council 90-95, Vice President-at-Large 96-99, President Elect, 00, President 01-02, Past President 03, Chair Committee on Science Policy 98-00, 03, EIC SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis 96-00; Joint policy Board for Mathematics, 96-03; Program Chair: Copper Mountain Conference Series, 89-01. Honors and Awards: Golub Prize for work on Conjugate Gradient Methods, 84; Outstanding Researcher, University of Colorado, Denver 90; Ulam Fellow, Los Alamos, 93. Mailing Address: Department of Applied Mathematics, Campus Box 526, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO 80309-0526.

Meza, Juan C.
Field of Interest: COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS. Education: Ph.D., M.A., Computational and Applied Mathematics, Rice University, 1986; M.S., Electrical Engineering, Rice University, 1979, B.S., Electrical Engineering (cum laude), Rice University, 1978. Professional Experience: Dean for School of Natural Sciences, UC Merced, Merced, CA 2011–present, Acting Division Director, Computational Research Division, LBNL, Berkeley, CA 2010-2011, Department Head, and Senior Scientist, High Performance Computing Research, LBNL, 2002–2010, Distinguished Member Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA, 1987-2002, Lecturer and Research Associate, Rice University, 1987, Research Engineer, Exxon Production Research, 1980–1986. Member: American Association for the Advancement of Science; Association for Computing Machinery; Treasurer of Mathematical Programming Society; Board of Trustees Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics; Board of Trustees Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics; Scientific Advisory Board Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics; Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science; Board of Governors Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, 1999-2001; National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure External Visiting Committee, 1999-2001; External Advisory Committee for the Center for Research on Parallel Computation, 1996-1998; Editor, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Special Interest Group in Optimization Newsletter, 1996-2001; Parallel Tools Consortium Steering Committee, 1995-1997; Advisory Board, Science in California Communities Informal Science Education, 1995-1997; Editor, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Special Interest Group in Linear Algebra Electronic Newsletter, 1995-1997; AMS-SIAM Committee on Applied Mathematics, American Mathematical Society and Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1994-1995. Honors and Awards: Honors and Awards: American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow, 2010; IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitor Program, 2010; Hispanic Business Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Leaders, 2009; ACM Gordon Bell Prize 2008; SACNAS Distinguished Scientist, 2008; Blackwell-Tapia Prize, 2008; Visiting Lecturer Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2006; ACM Service Award for Conference Co-Chair of Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, 2003; Award for Excellence for “Significant Achievement in the Advancement of Distributed Computing Capabilities to Solve Complex Scientific and Engineering Problems”, Sandia National Laboratories, 2002; Sandia National Laboratories Hispanic Leadership Committee Award, 2002; Sandia National Laboratories Royalty Award, 1996, 1997, 1998; Sandia Employee Recognition Award, 1995, 1993; Sandia Award for Excellence, 1993; Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, 1978. Mailing Address: Univ. of California, Merced, 5200 North Lake Rd., Merced, CA 95343.

Negele, John W.
Field of Interest: THEORETICAL PHYSICS. Education: Purdue University, BS EngineeringSciences, 65; Cornell University, PhD Theoretical Physics, 69. Professional Experience: Summer research appointments Bell Telephone Laboratories 64, United States Steel Research Laboratories 63, 65; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Niels Bohr Institute 69-70; Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Visiting Professor 70-71, Assistant Professor 71-72, Associate Professor 72-79, Professor 79-present, Head of Theoretical Division of Department of Physics, 88-98, Director of Center for Theoretical Physics, 89-98, William A. Coolidge Professor of Physics, 1991-present; Sabbatical visitor and program organizer, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara 1982; Sabbatical visitor: Saclay 79, Theory Division of Los Alamos National Laboratory 80, University of Erlangen, 98-99; Sabbatical visitor and program organizer, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, 06. Editor, Advances in Nuclear Physics, 77-present; Author: Quantum Many Particle Systems 87; Chair, Division of Computational Physics, American Physical Society 92. Member: Organizer of Gordon Research Nuclear Structure Conference 82, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Hadronic Physics 89, Institute for Nuclear Theory summer school on Lattice QCD 93, International Lattice Field Theory Conference 02, Institute for Nuclear Theory Program on Lattice QC 06; American Physical Society: Division of Nuclear Physics Executive Committee 82-84, Bonner Prize Committee 84-85, Bethe Prize Committee 98, 08; National Science Foundation selection committee for Institute for Theoretical Physics 78; Advisory Board, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara 82-86; National Advisory Committee for Institute for Nuclear Theory 90-94; Program Advisory committees: Brookhaven National Laboratory 72-78, 87-90, Bates Linear Accelerator Laboratory 77-80, Los Alamos Meson Production Facility 86-89; USQCD National Lattice QCD Executive Committee 99-present and Scientific Program Committee 99-present. Honors and Awards: NSF, Danforth, and Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowships, 65; NATO Postcoctoral Fellowship 69-70; Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship, 72-76; Japan Society for Promotion of Science Fellowship, 81; John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 82-83; Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Award 98; Fellow of American Physical Society; Fellow of American Association for Advancement of Science. Mailing Address: 6-315 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge MA 02139.

Petzold, Linda R.
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE. Education: University of Illinois, Urbana, Ph.D. in Computer Science, 1978; University of Illinois, Urbana, B.A. in Mathematics, 1974. Professional Experience: Member of Technical Staff, Applied Mathematics Division, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California 1978-85; Visitor, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University 1983; Group Leader, Numerical Mathematics Group, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1985-91; Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1986-93; Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota 1991-97; Fellow, Minnesota Supercomputer Institute 1991-97; Professor, Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science (Chair 2003-2007) Director, Computational Science and Engineering Program, University of California Santa Barbara 2003-present. Member: CRA Computing Image Task Force 2005-present; Scientific Advisory Board, Stanford Simbios Center 2006-present; Communications of the ACM (CACM) editorial board 2007-present; DOE ASCR Applied Mathematics Advisory Group 2007-2008; Board of Scientific Governors, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University 2007-present; Scientific Advisory Board, Irvine Center for Complex Biological Systems 2008-present; WTEC International Assessment of Simulation-Based Engineering and Science, Study Group 2007-2008; NSF Simulation Based Engineering Science (SBES) Blue Ribbon Panel 2005-2006; NAE Committee on Engineering Education 2004-2007. Honors and Awards: Member US National Academy of Engineering elected 2004; Fellow ASME 2008; Fellow AAAS 2005; JSPS Fellowship for Research in Japan 1994; Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software 1991; Dahlquist Prize 1999; AWM/SIAM Sonia Kovalevsky Prize 2003; ISI Highly Cited Researcher 2006; AMSI (Australia Mathematical Sciences Institute) Lecturer 2007-08. Mailing Address: Linda Petzold, UC Santa Barbara, Computer Science Department, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5011.

Sarkar, Vivek
Field of Interest: COMPUTER SCIENCE. Education: Indian Institute of Technology - Kanpur, BTech in Electrical Engineering, 1981; University of Wisconsin - Madison, MS in Computer Science, 1982; Stanford University, PhD in Computer Systems, 1987 (Advisor: John Hennessy). Professional Experience: Research Assistant, Computer Systems Laboratory, Stanford University 1982-87; Consultant, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 1986-87; Research Staff Member, PTRAN project, IBM Research, 1987-90; Project Leader, ASTI Optimizer, IBM Santa Teresa Laboratory, 1991-93; Manager, Application Development Technology Institute, IBM Software Group, 1994-96; Visiting Associate Professor, MIT EECS Department, 1996-98; Manager, Dynamic Compilation Group, IBM Research, 1998-00; Senior Manager, Programming Technologies Department, IBM Research, 2000-07; Team Lead, PERCS Programming Models, Tools, and Productivity, IBM Research, 2002-07; E.D. Butcher Professor of Computer Science, Rice University, 2007-present. Member: Member, IBM Academy of Technology, 1995-07; Consultant, Army Science Board, 2005-07. Honors and Awards: Best BTech project, IIT Kanpur, 1981; First place, ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, 1985; Best IBM paper, CASCON, 1994; Best Paper, International Conference on Parallel Processing, 1997; IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, ASTI Optimizer, 1997; IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, Jikes Research Virtual Machine, 2005; ACM Distinguished Scientist, 2006; IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, PERCS project, 2008; ACM Fellow, 2008. Mailing Address: Vivek Sarkar, Dept. of Computer Science - MS 132, Rice University, P.O. Box 1892, Houston, TX 77251, USA.

Tang, William M.
Citizenship USA;Field of Interest: THEORETICAL & COMPUTATIONAL FUSION ENERGY SCIENCE. Education: University of San Francisco, BS with Honors in Physics and Mathematics, 1966; University of California @ Davis, PhD in Physics, (dissertation carried out at LLNL) 1972. Professional Experience: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 1972-74; Research Staff, Theory Division, PPPL, Princeton University, 1975-76; Lecturer in Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton U.; 1975-76; Research Physicist, PPPL, Theory Division, PPPL, Princeton U. 1976-78; Lecturer with Rank & Title of Associate Professor in Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton U., 1976-78; Principal Research Physicist, Theory Division, PPPL, 1979-91, Princeton U.; Lecturer with Rank & Title of Professor in Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton U., 1979-2009; Head Theory Department, PPPL, Princeton U., 1992-2004; Chair, Basic Science Component of DOE's Scientific Simulation Initiative (SSI), 1997-98; Director, U.S. National Plasma Science Advanced Computing Institute, PPPL, 1999-present; Chief Scientist, PPPL, Princeton U., 1998-present; Associate Director, Princeton Institute for Computational Science & Engineering, Princeton U., 2003-present, Program Chair, Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) 2007 Annual Conference, 2006-07; Chair, Fusion Energy Science Advisory Committee (FESAC) Fusion Simulation Project (FSP) Panel, 2007. Member: American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics (APS-DPP), 1972-present; American Physical Society, Division of Computational Science (APS-DCOMP), 1995-present; International review panel assessing computational science in the United Kingdom (under auspices of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) of the UK, 2005; OASCR's strategic planning committee for "SciDAC-2" - second phase of DOE-SC's SciDAC Program, 2005; Program Committee for SciDAC 2006 Conference, 2005-06; Program Committee for APS-DCOMP, 2007; Program Committee for SciDAC 2007 Conference, 2006-07; International Advisory Panel of the journal, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (PPCF), 2005-present; Scientific Editorial Board for international journal, Computational Science and Discovery (CSD), 2005-present. Honors and Awards: Fellowship of the American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics (APS-DPP), 1979 - present; selection of review article, "Advances and Challenges in Computational Plasma Science," by the editors of Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (PPCF) for special collection of most popular articles in 2006; Distinguished Achievement Award for "outstanding leadership in fusion research and contributions to fundamentals of plasma science," Chinese Institute of Engineers-USA (CIE-USA), the oldest and most widely recognized Chinese-American Professional Society in North America, October, 2006. Mailing Address: Princeton University, James Forrestal Campus, Plasma Physics Laboratory, PO Box 451, Princeton, New Jersey, 08543 USA.

White, Victoria A.
Field of Interest: MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS. Education: Cambridge University, U.K., BA, 68; Homerton College, Cambridge, U.K, C.Ed, 69; Cambridge University, U.K., MA, 73. Professional Experience: Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Particle Data Group, 74-75; Fellow at Conseil européen pour la Recherche nucléaire [CERN], 75-77; CERN permanent staff member (Information Technology Division), 77-81; various leadership positions including Deputy Division Head, Fermilab , 81-99; Computing Advisor to Associate Director for High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Office of Science, Department of Energy, 99-02; Director of Computing Division and Fermilab Computer Security Executive, 02-present. Member: Representative to the Worldwide LHC Collaboration board, 06-present; U.S. representative to the LHC Computing Grid Deployment Board, 02-06, U.S. representative to ICFA subcommittee on computing (IHEPCCC), 02-present; Participant ICFA subcommittee on regional interconnectivity (SCIC), 02-present; ESnet review committee, 01; CERN review committee on computing (Hoffmann Review), 00-01. Honors and Awards: Keynote Speaker, International Symposium on Grid Computing, Taiwan, 05; Fermilab EPRA award for contributions to Dzero experiment, 01; Co-chair Computing in High Energy Physics Conference, 95; Co-chair IEEE Realtime Conference, 85. Mailing Address: Fermilab, Attn: Victoria White, MS 370, P.O. Box 500, Batavia, IL 60510.

Williams, Dean N.
Field of Interest: NETWORKING and APPLICATIONS (Climate). Education: California State University, BS –Applied Mathematics, 85; California State University, MS –Computer Science, 87. Professional Experience: Group Leader, Computation/CAR/S&TC, LLNL, 2004-Present; Group Leader, Atmospheric, Climate, and Earth Sciences, LLNL, 02-present; Software Project Leader, LLNL, 87-02; PI, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI);Federation of Earth Science Information Partners, 09-present; NOAA Science Advisory Board – Data Archive and Access Requirements Working Group, 07-present; Principal Investigator, Global Organization for Earth System Science Portal (GO-ESSP), 02-present; Hosted and Chaired the International Global Organization for Earth System Science Portal Workshop, 06-Present; Co-chair, DOE Extreme Scale Computing Workshop, 2008; Co-PI for the NOAA Operational Model Archive & Distributions System (NOMADS), 01-04; Co-PI for the UK National Environmental Research Council (NERC) DataGrid, 01-03; Chair, AMS Joint Session on “Climate Model Diagnostics: Analysis Tools”, 2002. Honors and Awards: American Meteorological Society (AMS) Special Group Award, 10; LLNL Science and Technology Award, 08; Minorities in Research and Science Spectrum Senior Investigator Emerald Award, 07; LLNL/CAR Outstanding Technical Vision and Leadership, 07; Minorities in Research and Science Spectrum Trailblazer‘s Award, 06; Society of Technical Communication Award, 05. Mailing Address: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, P.O. Box 808, Livermore, CA 94551-0808.

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