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Computing and Analytics Division

PNNL has been advancing computational and mathematical foundations to enable next-generation technologies for over two decades. We build multi-disciplinary teams, utilizing the best solutions and brightest minds to address our nation's greatest challenges.

Computing and Analytics Division capabilities are organized into five areas:

  • Analysis & Operations
  • Applied Statistics & Computational Modeling
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Sciences & Analytics
  • Software Engineering & Architectures
  • Visual Analytics
Leslie Blaha

Blaha Receives Early Career Impact Award

Leslie Blaha is the recipient of an Early Career Impact Award from the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences, or FABBS.

Leslie, a Senior Cognitive Scientist in NSD's Visual Analytics group, was nominated for the award by the leadership of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, for which she serves as the Secretary / Treasurer. Leslie is also on the Organizing Committee for the Women of Math Psych, a subcommittee within the Society which promotes professional development opportunities for women in the field.

FABBS is the only coalition of scientific societies focused specifically on promoting the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior in the U.S.

Best Poster

Scholtz Recognized with SIGCHI Academy Award

Jean Scholtz has been recognized by SIGCHI, the premiere society in human-technology and human-computer interaction (HCI), with the CHI Academy Award. The award is presented annually to principal leaders of the field whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and innovation of HCI. She was presented with the SIGCHI Lifetime Service award in 2015.

Jean, a Chief Scientist in NSD's Visual Analytics group, is focused on developing methodologies and metrics for user-centered evaluation in projects such as the Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST) Challenge, metrics for visual analytics, and situation awareness for the power grid. She recently authored the book User-Centered Evaluation of Visual Analytics, published by Morgan Claypool.

Best Paper

New Book Introduces Consequence Analysis Tool

Understanding potential economic consequences from natural, man-made, or technological threats is important for managing disaster risks.

A new book, Economic Consequence Analysis of Disasters, written by NSD's Sam Chatterjee (Applied Statistics & Computational Modeling group), with collaborators from the University of California and Cal State, provides insight and a software tool. E-CAT - the Economic Consequence Analysis Tool - is intended to help decision makers and analysts obtain estimates rapidly. The introduction of the tool advances the current state of the art in economic consequence analysis.

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