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This historical archive contains issues dating back to InTheLoop's launch in 1997. To display a particular year's issues, select "Filter by Year" and choose the desired year from the drop-down menu. For the most recent issues, visit our current issues page.

InTheLoop 05.23.2016

May 23, 2016

In this issue: Scott Baden Moves to Head of CLaSS || Berkeley Lab’s OpenMSI Licensed to ImaBiotech || Supercomputers & Lasers Dig Into Warm Dense Matter || Shalf Speaks at European Conferences || NERSC Users: Register for Cori Phase 1 Training || Zombie Apocalypse Prompts Surprise Visit || This Week's CS Seminars Read More »

InTheLoop 05.16.2016

May 16, 2016

In this issue: Berkeley Lab Team Wins CUG2016 ‘Best Paper’ Award || Hazen Named NERSC Storage Systems' Group Lead || Science DMZ: The Fast Path for Science Data || No CS Seminars This Week || Link of the Week: Strange New Form of Light = Faster Fiber Optics? Read More »

InTheLoop 05.09.2016

May 9, 2016

In this Issue: Computing Sciences Inspires at National Science Bowl || Next Webinar in 'Best Practices for HPC Software Developers' Series on May 18 || This Week's CS Seminars || Link of the Week: No One Guessed AI Teaching Assistant Not Human Read More »

InTheLoop 05.02.2016

May 2, 2016

InTheLoop The weekly newsletter for Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences May 2, 2016 In this Issue: Can Qubits Be Made from Cheaper Stuff than Diamond? | HPC Webinar Series Kicks Off Wednesday | From Beirut to Berkeley, Melissa Stockman is Newest Member of ESnet’s Tools Team | Tomorrow: BIDS Spring 2016 Data Science Faire | This Week's CS Seminars | Link of the Week—Slime mold: The next wet thing in computing? Read More »

InTheLoop 04.25.2016

April 25, 2016

In this Issue: Berkeley Lab Staff Make Key Contributions to National Lab Science Day on Capitol Hill | 2D 'Flat' Boron Yields a Superconducting Surprise | Berkeley Lab Hosts Fourth X-Stack PI Meeting | De Jong's Actinide Research Featured by ORNL | This Week's CS Seminars | Link of the Week: Is Our Universe an Elaborate Simulation? Read More »

InTheLoop 04.18.2016

April 18, 2016

In this issue: NERSC Resources Help Find Mismatches in Tropical Disturbance Model || An Aerial View of Wang Hall || This Week's CS Seminars || Link of the Week: Quantum Problems Solved Through Games Read More »

InTheLoop 04.11.2016

April 11, 2016

In this issue: HDF5 Pioneer Joins NERSC Data Analytics Team | CrossConnects Bioinformatics Workshop Tomorrow: Registration Still Available | 'Navigating Conflict of Interest' Next BLIC Topic | This Week's CS Seminars | Link of the Week: White House Proposes Open-Sourcing More Software Read More »

InTheLoop 04.04.2016

April 4, 2016

In this issue: CRD’s Xiaoye 'Sherry' Li Named 2016 SIAM Fellow || Forbes Article Quotes NERSC's Skinner on HPC's Role in Energy Innovation || ESnet Shares $150K Grant to Expand Workshops || NERSC Data Day in the Queue || CRD's de Jong Talks About Modifying NWChem for Next-Gen Processors || David Patterson to Give Farewell Lecture & Symposium Read More »

InTheLoop 03.28.2016

March 28, 2016

In this Issue: Noontime Screening: Debugging the Gender Gap || Could Materials Defects Improve Solar Cells? || NERSC Announces HPC Achievement Award Winners || Berkeley Lab Staff Contribute Papers to SIAM Conference on Parallel Computing || ESnet's iPerf3 Tool Gets a Nod from Virtualization Review || Planning to Attend SC16? Hotel Reservations Open Monday, April 4 || This Week's CS Seminars Read More »

InTheLoop 03.21.2016

March 21, 2016

In this Issue: Fagnan Named CIO for Joint Genome Institute || NERSC Consultants Put the Bling in Their Ring || Computing Sciences Staff Share Research at March APS || Not Too Late to Attend NERSC User Group Meeting...Virtually || Climate Change is Here: Now What? || No CS Seminars this Week Read More »