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Long Tales of Science
29 minutes | May 18, 2022
Trial by Fire - Episode 4
In this episode, Nicole interviews Elizabeth Aslinger, who recently defended her dissertation for which she used mathematical modeling to identify people who have schizophrenia. We talk about her experience managing software and students in a computational psychology lab, teaching herself standards of practice, and what her priorities as she is choosing the next step in her career.
34 minutes | Dec 30, 2021
Call 1-800-HLP-DESK - Episode 3
In this episode, Nicole interviews Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, former associate director of the San Diego Supercomputing Center. They talk about Nancy's pathway into HPC and her involvement in TeraGrid, XSEDE, and the Science Gateways Community Institute. They discuss the state of software-related contributions in academia, project management, navigating a career in tech, and her recent retirement.
49 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Models and Simulations Run on the Cluster and in the Family - Episode 2
In this episode, Nicole interviews Dr. Sarah Wellons, an astrophysicist who uses HPC resources to run massive simulations of galaxy formation, and her mother, Dr. Helen Wellons, a retired ceimical engineer who used parallel computing to deploy computational modeling applications to optimize real-time refinery operations at ExxonMobile.
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