2022 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review Presentations

Sunday, July 17 – Thursday, July 21
Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, Virginia

Monday, July 18
Jeffrey Hittinger Director and Division Leader, Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; DOE CSGF Alumnus Welcome & Introduction of New Fellows
Njema J. Frazier Assistant Deputy Administrator (Acting), Strategic Partnership Programs, Office of Defense Programs, National Nuclear Security Administration DOE NNSA Welcome
Barbara Helland Associate Director, Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy DOE Office of Science Welcome
David L. Brown Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (retired) An Applied Mathematician Tours 50 Years of Computational Science
Session I
Kaley Brauer Massachusetts Institute of Technology Studying the Tiniest, Oldest Galaxies
James Sullivan University of California, Berkeley Computational Challenges in Computational Cosmology - Simulators, Differentiable Models, and Surrogates
Howes Scholar Award Presentation
Jeffrey Hittinger Director and Division Leader, Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; DOE CSGF Alumnus Announcement of 2022 Frederick Howes Scholars
Noah Mandell Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; DOE CSGF Alumnus Optimizing the Performance of Fusion Reactors at Exascale
Morgan Kelley Data Scientist, Dell Technologies; DOE CSGF Alumna Dynamic Modeling and Optimal Scheduling of Chemical Processes Participating in Fast-Changing Electricity Markets: A Data-Driven Approach
Session II
Dipti Jasrasaria University of California, Berkeley Hot Exciton Cooling at the Nanoscale: Circumventing the Phonon Bottleneck via Multiphonon Emission
Margaret Lawson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Accelerating Discovery From High Performance Computing Applications Using Descriptive Metadata Management
Tuesday, July 19
Frederick H. Streitz Senior Advisor, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Chief Computational Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory HPC and Machine Learning for Molecular Biology
Session III
Olivia Hull Kansas State University QimPy: Quantum Integrated Multi-Physics - a New Density Functional Theory Package (Release Pending)
Edward Hutter University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Scalable Methods for Modeling High-Dimensional Application Performance
Ryder Fox University of Miami Varying Sensitivities to Sub-Kilometer Horizontal Grid Spacing and Microphysics Parameterizations Across a Spectrum of Heavy Precipitation Events: From Hurricanes to Midlatitude Thunderstorms
Jesse Rodriguez Stanford University Inverse Design of Reconfigurable Plasma Metamaterials for Optical Computing
Session IV
Christiane Adcock Stanford University Hybrid Modeling for Wind Farm Simulation and Control
Michael Tucker University of Hawaii The Rise of Astrophysical Transients
Lawrence Roy Oregon State University Communication-Efficient Secure Two-Party Computation from Minimal Assumptions
Steven Fromm Michigan State University General Relativistic Neutrino Radiation Transport in Neutron Star Mergers
Caitlin Whitter Purdue University Physics-Informed Prediction of Molecular Properties using a Graph Convolutional Network
Wednesday, July 20
Ashlee N. Ford Versypt Associate Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University at Buffalo; DOE CSGF Alumna Systems Biomedicine & Pharmaceutics: Multiscale Modeling of Tissue Remodeling and Damage
Session V
K. Grace Johnson Stanford University Quantum Chemistry at Scale: Multi-Node Multi-GPU Two-Electron Integral Code Generation
Paul Zhang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Local Decomposition of Hexahedral Singular Nodes into Singular Curves
Steven Stetzler University of Washington Solar System Science from the Dark Energy Camera Deep Drilling Field Survey
Samuel Olivier University of California, Berkeley High-Order Moment Methods for Thermal Radiative Transfer
Session VI
Justin Finkel University of Chicago Revealing the Statistics of Extreme Events Hidden in Short Weather Forecast Data
Sarah Greer Massachusetts Institute of Technology Super Resolution with the Zero-Phase Imaging Condition
Kimberly Cushman Yale University How Sticky is Galactic Glue? Investigating Composite Dark Matter Scattering