When computer scientist Gordon Lau arrived at Lawrence Livermore more than 20 years ago, he was a contractor assigned to a laser isotope separation project.
Lawrence Livermore’s National Ignition Facility (NIF), the world’s most energetic laser system, is made up of much more than beamlines.
Supercomputing architectures depend on fast, reliable communication between systems and data.
At just 5 years old, Marisol Gamboa, the oldest of six siblings to Mexican immigrants, decided she was definitely going to college. That revelation came to her when she and her family took her aunt to start college.
When William Hill first arrived in California, he knew right away he wasn’t in rural Mississippi anymore. “Moving here was a shock,” he says. “It’s a world of difference from where I’m from.”