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PNNL to announce new high-performance computing capability

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September 27, 2007 Share This!

RICHLAND, Wash. — Reporters are invited to attend a press conference on Sept. 28 at which the Department of Energy (DOE), Pacific Northwest Site Office and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will announce the procurement of a new high-performance computer. Details are below.

• Mike Kluse, interim director of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

• Mike Weis, director of DOE’s Pacific Northwest Site Office
• Jerry Elwood, acting associate director for the Office of Biological and Environmental Research within DOE’s Office of Science
• Allison Campbell, director of the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory

10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 28. The event will start promptly at 10:30. Media who arrive after that time will be asked to wait to set up equipment until after the speakers have finished their remarks to reduce distractions.

Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory on the PNNL campus
3335 Q Avenue

VISUAL OPPORTUNITY AND REQUIREMENTS: Reporters wishing to capture video footage or photographs of the EMSL computing facility must contact PNNL prior to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, to ensure a security badge is processed. Reporters must be U.S. citizens to receive access. Badging contact: Katherine Morra, 509-375-3776.

Tags: Computational Science, EMSL

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