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.
Congratulations to Sandy Merola, New Division Director for ITSD || Noted Computer Benchmarking Scientist Erich Strohmaier Joins NERSC || German HPC Experts Visit Lab for Meetings, NERSC Tour || APS' Division of Computational Physics Seeks Abstracts - March 23 Deadline || Clusters@TOP500 Debuts -- TOP500 Team Establishing Ranking for Clusters Read More »
NERSC's Richard Gerber Seeking Pledges of Support for Leukemia Research || SC Global Program at SC2001 Conference in Denver Issues Call for Content || NERSC Staff Realignment Brings Support Staffers into User Services || Fidelity to Offer March 29 Workshop on Getting Started in Retirement Planning Read More »
A Reminder Regarding Acceptable and Unacceptable Use of Lab Computers || Noted Computer Security Expert Gene Schultz Joins Computer Protection Program || NERSC to Host Users Group Meeting This Week in Oakland || Computer Protection Program to Offer Windows NT Security Class Monday, March 5 || Lab's Summer Science Education Camp Seeking Employees to Join Board || International Conference on Parallel Architectures Seeks Papers for Meeting in Spain Read More »
Lab, NERSC Scientists to Speak at Annual AAAS Meeting in San Francisco The American Association for the Advancement of Science convenes its annual meeting this week in San Francisco. Among the various seminars open to the 7,500 attendees will be a session entitled "Accelerating Discovery with Supercomputers." The session, organized by Michael D. Crisp of DOE, will be presented from 2:30-5:30 p.m. on Friday, February 16. On its Web site promoting the session, AAAS notes "The first electronic… Read More »
Preventive Ergonomics Ergo Reviews to Start the Week of February 5 || Four TEID Projects Win Touchstone 2000 Awards || Horst Simon Named to International Advisory Boards on High Performance Computing || Conference on Computational Physics Issues Call for Papers for September Meeting Read More »
State's Energy Woes Continue, but Lab Not Subject to Rolling Blackouts || UC Regents Approve Retirement Plan Improvements || NERSC User Alex Zunger Honored by APS Award for Work in Computational Physics || UC Research Expeditions Program Offers Worldwide Field Research Opportunities Read More »