Ms. Olsan joined the company in 2000 and was previously director of Program and Client Management.
A Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory project computes a range of materials properties and boosts the development of new technologies.
Former fellow Scott Clark talks with the Datanami website about his company, SigOpt, and its approach to streamlining deep learning in computer neural networks.
Replacing lab tedium for efficiency, DOE CSGF alumnus Zachary Ulissi and a SLAC-Stanford team taps machine learning to screen for chemicals with promising properties.
Biologically inspired supercomputer architectures create opportunities and obstacles.
The honor recognizes his research on computational materials science and outreach to Africa and Chicago.