Jack Deslippe is the application performance group lead at NERSC. Jack and his group are partnering with DOE application teams to evaluate and improve the performance of applications on the upcoming Perlmutter system at NERSC as well exploring and influencing performance portability strategies. He received a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in physics in 2011, with research centered on computational materials physics and nano-science, including the development and scaling of electronic-structure codes. Jack has been at NERSC since 2011, acting as a consultant and developer for materials science applications and currently leads the NERSC Exascale Science Applications Program (NESAP).
ACM Gordon Bell Finalist