USRC’s employees are New Mexico Consortium (NMC) employees that are full-time. Often these are post-docs, post-masters, and post-bachelors. They conduct R&D on their own and under the direction of USRC researchers.
Dr. Sean Williams
Postdoctoral Researcher, New Mexico Consortium
Dr. Li Tan
Postdoctoral Researcher, Los Alamos National Laboratory
PHD Student, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University
Doug is a PhD student from Arizona State University's Ira
A. Fulton School of Engineering in Tempe, Arizona. Doug returned
to USRC in the fall of 2015 after a successful summer internship
in 2013. While working at USRC, Doug began working on LANL's
contribution to the UNITY project with mentor Mike Lang, along
with collaborators from GATech and ORNL.
UNITY seeks to 'unify' the application view of memory and
storage, into one clean, simple interface developers can use
without knowledge of a machine's devices. Through UNITY, we hope
to better manage the avalanche of emerging storage and memory
technologies anticipated in future Ultrascale Systems.
During his time at USRC, Doug has published a paper on his first
project "TCASM: An asynchronous shared memory interface for
high-performance application composition" which will be used as
part of UNITY's low level data management mechanism.