David Turner has experience in the design, implementation, debugging, and optimization of mathematical algorithms on a wide range of scalar, vector, and parallel computing architectures. He also has experience in porting, debugging, and optimizing clients' scientific applications. David implemented a distributed-memory parallel version of the popular commercial quantum chemistry code Gaussian. He earned a B.S. in Mathematics/Computer Science at Western Washington University.
David Turner, NERSC, Accounts and Allocations, February 3, 2014,
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David Turner, NERSC, NERSC Computing Environment, February 3, 2014,
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David Turner, NERSC, NERSC File Systems and How to Use Them, February 3, 2014,
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