NERSCPowering Scientific Discovery for 50 Years

Sudip Dosanjh to Focus on NERSC’s Past, Present, and Future in Featured Presentation at SC23

November 6, 2023

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As part of the kickoff of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center’s (NERSC’s) 50th anniversary in 2024, NERSC Director Sudip Dosanjh will reflect on the facility’s first 50 years and look ahead to the next five decades during a featured presentation in the DOE booth (#243) during SC23. 

His talk, "The Next 50 Years: How NERSC is Evolving to Support the Changing Mission Space and Technology Landscape," will take place Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

As NERSC heads into 2024 and its 50th anniversary, the center already has its sights set on the next several decades,” Dosanjh said. “This will be an exciting time for NERSC and our users. The mission space of NERSC is expanding to include complex workflows from experimental and observational science and artificial intelligence in addition to simulation and modeling. We are also anticipating significant changes in technology as we reach the end of Moore’s Law. We are investigating a number of disruptive technologies, including quantum computing, so we can continue to provide significant increases in computing capability.”


About NERSC and Berkeley Lab
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science User Facility that serves as the primary high-performance computing center for scientific research sponsored by the Office of Science. Located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the NERSC Center serves almost 10,000 scientists at national laboratories and universities researching a wide range of problems in climate, fusion energy, materials science, physics, chemistry, computational biology, and other disciplines. Berkeley Lab is a DOE national laboratory located in Berkeley, California. It conducts unclassified scientific research and is managed by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. »Learn more about computing sciences at Berkeley Lab.