Michael A. Heroux, Sandia National Laboratories, and St. John's University, Minnesota

Michael A. Heroux

Michael Heroux is a senior scientist at Sandia National Laboratories and scientist in residence at St. John’s University in Minnesota. He leads development of the Trilinos Project, an effort to provide reusable parallel scientific and engineering software; the Mantevo project, which focuses on developing open-source, portable mini-applications for scientific and engineering applications; and the IDEAS Scientific Software Productivity R&D project. Dr. Heroux is lead developer and architect of the HPCG benchmark, intended as an alternative ranking for the TOP 500 computer systems, and has been involved in a variety of community efforts to improve reproducibility of scientific results, software quality and professional recognition for CSE software contributions.