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Nicholas D'Imperio

Chair, Computational Science Laboratory


Nicholas D'Imperio joined the computational staff at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in 2000 as a physics associate tasked with developing highly parallel, scalable, data intensive computer simulations of particle accelerators.  During his time at BNL, his roles have included Group Lead for New York Blue, #5 in the Top 500 list of the World's Fastest Computers, June 2007 and Group Lead of the HPC Code Center where he led development efforts on a wide range of scientific codes.  He is currently the Chair of the Computational Science Laboratory at BNL which is tasked with the development, optimization and porting of scientific codes to both conventional and Department of Energy Leadership Class High Performance Computing resources.  He holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the New York Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Stony Brook University.