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Biography
Brandon leads the simulations area of NERSC's application readiness program (NESAP) and works on understanding and analyzing performance on a system and application level, developing future benchmark suites, analyzing future architectures, developing tools to help NERSC users/staff be more productive, engaging users through consulting, acting as NERSC liaison for several NESAP teams, and exploring future programming models.

Brandon received his Ph.D. in physics from Vanderbilt University in 2012, where he studied ab initio methods for quantum transport in nanomaterials. Before joining NERSC he was a postdoc at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he developed and applied electronic structure methods to problems in material science.
Presentations
Posters
Research Posters
TP
XO / EX
Workshop
Online Only
Accelerator-based Architectures
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Performance
State of the Practice
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Workshop
Online Only
Accelerator-based Architectures
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Performance
State of the Practice
W
Workshop
Online Only
Accelerator-based Architectures
Applications
Computational Science
Emerging Technologies
Extreme Scale Comptuing
File Systems and I/O
Heterogeneous Systems
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Performance
Scientific Computing
Software Engineering
W
Workshop
Online Only
Heterogeneous Systems
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Performance
Productivity Tools
Software Engineering
W
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