Gary Grider    (3XS9)

Gary currently is the Acting Deputy Division Leader of the High Performance Computing (HPC) Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Gary is responsible for managing the personnel and processes required to stand up and operate major supercomputing systems, networks, and storage systems for the Laboratory for both the DOE/ NNSA Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) program and LANL institutional HPC environments.    (3XSA)

Additionally, Gary is one of the principal leaders of a small group of multi-agency HPC I/O experts that guide the government in its I/ O related computer science R&D investments through the High End Computing Interagency Working Group HECIWG. Additionally, Gary is the Director of the Los Alamos/ UCSC Institute for Scientific Scalable Data Management and the Los Alamos/ CMU Institute for Reliable High Performance Information Technology. He is also the LANL PI for the Petascale Data Storage Institute, a SciDAC2 Institute award winning project.    (3XSB)