Jeff Porter is a member of the Data and Analytics Services team, supporting grid and distributed computing services at NERSC. Jeff earned his PhD in Nuclear Physics from UC Davis and has been a member of several High Energy Nuclear Physics (HENP) experiments: DLS at LBNL, NA49 at CERN, STAR at BNL's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), and ALICE at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Jeff leads a project with the ALICE-USA collaboration, operating a production grid facility in the US for the ALICE experiment, co-located at NERSC/PDSF and the CADES center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Jeff also manages computing operations on NERSC for the STAR experiment.
For a summary of publications in HENP, see inSPIRE.