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Here we’ll keep you up to date with the latest news and perspectives on topics related to SC and the upcoming conference throughout the year. Check out the tags to explore more posts on the subjects that interest you.

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 Fiber Team Volunteer Annette Kitajima

Annette Kitajima, principle technologist at Sandia National Laboratories, is this year’s co-chair of the SCinet fiber team. Annette has been volunteering with SCinet for the past 15 years, and has led the fiber team for 11 of those years. Due to the virtual nature of SC20, we will not be building the cutting-edge SCinet infrastructure

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 Wireless Team Volunteer Shannon Champion

  Shannon Champion, director of networking at PIER Group, is a volunteer on this year’s SCinet wireless team. Due to the virtual nature of SC20, we will not be building the cutting-edge SCinet infrastructure that our attendees have to come to expect as part of their SC experience. This feature aims to spotlight the dedicated

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 DevOps Team Volunteer Greg Veldman

Greg Veldman, senior storage administrator at Purdue University, is this year’s chair of the SCinet DevOps team, and a member of the SCinet power team. Due to the virtual nature of SC20, we will not be building the cutting-edge SCinet infrastructure that our attendees have to come to expect as part of their SC experience.

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 Network Security Volunteer Soledad Antelada Toledano

Soledad Antelada Toledano, cybersecurity engineer with the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center at Lawrence Berkeley Lab, is this year’s co-chair of the SCinet network security team, and also co-chair of the SCinet Women in IT Networking at SC (WINS) team. Due to the virtual nature of SC20, we will not be building the cutting-edge

Humans of SCinet: Q&A with SC20 Wireless Volunteer Carlos Rojas-Torres

Carlos Rojas-Torres, network engineer at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), is this year’s co-chair of the SCinet wireless team. Carlos also holds cross-appointments with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and Front Range GigaPop. His SCinet volunteer experience started back in 2012 and includes past participation across four technical teams.   Years as

Planning the World’s Most Powerful Network: A Q&A with SC20 SCinet Chair Kevin Hayden

  During the week of SC, SCinet becomes the most powerful and advanced network on Earth, connecting the SC community to the world. Kevin Hayden, Senior Network Engineer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, is this year’s SCinet Chair. He is tasked with leading a team of expert volunteers from across the

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