InTheLoop Historical Archive
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.
NERSC Research Team Makes the Cover of Dec. 24 Issue of Science Magazine ICSD's Deb Agarwal Named One of Top 25 Women on the Web Read More »
Memorial Services Held for Fred Howes of DOE's MICS Division || Dec. 16 Seminar to Discuss Japan's "Earth Simulator Project" || Dec. 17 Seminar on Ocean Data Assimilation Problems || Today's the Last Day to Sign Up for Thursday's CS Holiday Party || Dec. 14 New Employee Orientation and Introduction to EH&S Class to be in Bldg. 66 || Ergonomic Classes Scheduled Throughout Year 2000 Read More »
A Quick Overview of New Voice Mail System Features || SLCCC Meeting at Berkeley Lab Today || NERSC Policy Board to Hold First Meeting on Dec. 8 || Dec. 7 Brown-Bag Session to Focus on SSH || Laboratory Operations Board Tours NERSC, ESnet During Berkeley Meeting || RSVP Now for Annual CS Holiday Party to Be Held Thursday, Dec. 16 || Don't Forget -- Larry Brusse's Retirement Luncheon Set for This Wednesday Read More »
Need Benefits Information? Having Difficulty Getting Your Issue Resolved? || SC99 Wraps Up a Successful Week, Plans Already Under Way for SC2000 in Dallas || Safety Training on Tap in December || NTD's Larry Brusse to Retire after 31+ Years, Farewell Lunch Set for Dec. 8 || Monday Conundra Talks Slated for Today, Next Week || Fujitsu's Ken Miura to Discuss Vector-Parallel Computing on Tuesday, Nov. 23 Read More »
Leonid "Lenny" Oliker, a post-doc in NERSC's Scientific Computing Group, was awarded "Best Paper of SC99" at the Thursday afternoon awards session during the weeklong conference. Lenny won for a paper he co-authored with Rupak Biswas of NASA Ames. Their paper, "Parallelization of a Dynamic Unstructured Application Using Three Leading Paradigms," implemented a mesh adaptation code on the Cray T3E, SGI Origin2000 and the Tera MTA computers comparing programmability and performance. They compared… Read More »
Computing Sciences Looking for Volunteers to Assess Ergonomics of Workstations NERSC's Chili Cookoff Provides Warm Reception for Cooler Fall Weather || Today's Conundrum Talk to Explore Multi-User Networked Environments || Deadline for Contributing to Berkeley Lab SHARES Campaign is Nov. 24 || UC Approves Increase for Graduate Student Salary Range Read More »