Adam W. Lavely Ph.D.
Programming Environments and Models
1 Cyclotron RdBerkeley, CA 94720 us
Adam is the HPC User Environment Architect for the Programming Environments and Models grip at NERSC. He works on making simplifying the process to get good performance on Perlmutter through the use of the system software stack, system supported workflows, application optimization, and containerization.
Adam received his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from Penn State University in 2017, where he studied the effect of atmospheric turbulence on wind turbine aerodynamics. Adam worked as a research facilitator at Penn State, as a member of the Frontier and El Capitan Centers of Excellence for Cray/HPE, and as the HPC Liaison Lead at Cerebras prior to joining NERSC in 2023.