David Manz is a Cyber Security Scientist at PNNL. His work includes cyber resilience and critical infrastructure security, and he has led multiple cyber security related projects since 2010. Underlying his research is an application of relevant research methods for cyber security. He is co-author of the book, Research Methods for Cyber Security, as well as numerous papers and presentations on cyber security, control system security, and cryptographic key management.
Kevin J. Barker is a research computer scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). His research interests include developing modeling techniques for the prediction of application performance and power for large-scale systems, advanced architectures, and runtime software tools for emerging high-performance computing (HPC) systems. He serves as the principal investigator for the CENATE project, which explores the impact of emerging and novel computer architecture technologies on future HPC systems and workloads. Prior to joining PNNL in 2010, he worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory (2004–2010) as a member of the Performance and Architecture Laboratory.
James “Jim” Ang is PNNL’s chief scientist for computing and program lead for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research. His responsibilities include providing senior leadership in HPC and supporting development of the PNNL-wide computing strategy. Jim also is cultivating opportunities for PNNL to support the DOE Office of Science’s long-term priority research directions in microelectronics.