Jeff Hammond

Fellowship Years: 2005-2009
School Attended: University of Chicago
Field of Study: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Practicum Experience:  Pacific Northwest National Laboratory   2006
 

Degree(s):  Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Chicago, 2009
M.S. Chemistry, University of Chicago, 2004
B.S. Chemistry and B.A. Mathematics, University of Washington, 2003
Status: System Architect, Intel
Contact: jeff_hammond@acm.org
Personal web site (URL): http://jeffhammond.github.io/
Research area: HPC System Architecture, HPC Software, Programming Models, Computational Chemistry

Awards: 

- Divisional Recognition Award, Enterprise & Government Group, Intel (2017)
- Young Achiever in Scalable Computing - IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (2013)
- Director's Postdoctoral Fellowship - Argonne National Laboratory (2009 - 2011)
- DOE-CSGF Poster Award - Honorable Mention (Summer 2009)
- Chemical Computing Group Excellence Award - American Chemistry Society Division of Computers in Chemistry (Spring 2008)
- Joan Shiu Award for Student Service - University of Chicago Chemistry Department (2006)
- Freud Departmental Citizenship Award - University of Chicago Chemistry Department (2005)
- McCormick Fellow - University of Chicago Physical Sciences Division (2003 - 2005)
- Mary Gates Research Training Grant - University of Washington (Winter, Spring & Summer 2003)

Publications:  For a complete list of papers and other information, please see http://jeffhammond.github.io/.

"Challenges and methods in large-scale computational chemistry applications" (http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2425676.2425687) is a high-level presentation of some of the things I have done.

Additional Comments:  - Short YouTube interview about my CSGF experience: https://youtu.be/2wTZz-6eaSQ
- DOE ASCAC presentation on my CSGF experience: https://science.energy.gov/~/media/ascr/ascac/pdf/meetings/201704/Hammond_ASCAC2017_final.pdf

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