PNNL at the Grace Hopper Celebration

September 2830, 2021

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Image by Donald Jorgensen | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

September 28–30

Join Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) as we participate in the Grace Hopper Celebration in September. 

Scientists and engineers at PNNL draw on signature capabilities in chemistry, Earth sciences, and data analytics to advance scientific discovery and create solutions to the nation's toughest challenges in energy resilience and national security. We’re looking for motivated candidates in the areas of data science, high-performance computing, cybersecurity, software engineering, and computational mathematics and statistics to join our teams. 

Visit our Virtual Booth

Join us in the Sponsor Hall to learn more about PNNL, what it’s like to work for a national laboratory, and our exciting research and development. Researchers, managers, and recruiters will be on hand throughout the day to answer your questions and speak with you about opportunities. If you care about architecting the national grid to support renewable energy, climate modeling to save lives during natural disasters, developing new materials for next-generation energy storage, or protecting airline passengers, PNNL could be a great fit for you.

Log in with the following informationMeeting ID: 161 819 6078, Passcode: 059664

Booth hours
  • September 28 | 10:00 am–2:00 pm PST
  • September 29 | 8:00 am–2:00 pm PST
  • September 30 | 8:00 am–1:30 PM PST
PNNL's GHC team

More than 30 PNNL staff members will be at the booth throughout the week, representing capabilities and organizations from across the Lab, including: 

  • Erin Barker – Applied Statistics and Mathematics Group Leader
  • Phil George  Research Computing Software & Technology Team Leader
  • Karen Studarus  Applied Decision Systems and Analytics Group Leader
  • Alexa Williams – Recruiter
Featured positions

Top Companies for Women Technologists

GHC top companies

PNNL is proud to be a participant in’s Top Companies for Women Technologists program. The annual program recognizes companies committed to developing workplaces where women technologists can flourish. Participating companies partake in a rigorous evaluation, supplying confidential workforce data related to the representation, policies and programs, and leadership development of their technical workforce. Information gathered from this program helps establish benchmarks and drive insight about the technical workforce in a wide number of industries.