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COUNCIL MEMBERS
2017

Corey Goodman (Council Chair)
venBio Partners, LLC
Judith Swain (Council Vice Chair)
National University of Singapore
Lori Bettison-Varga
Natural History Museum
Peter Cowhey
UC San Diego
Dona Crawford
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Jeff Dozier
UC Santa Barbara
Ziyad "Zee" Duron
Harvey Mudd College
Susan Hackwood (Executive Director) CCST
Bryan Hannegan
Holy Cross Energy
Susan Hubbard
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Michael Kavanaugh
Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Regis Kelly
QB3 Institute
Charles Kolstad
Stanford University
Patrick Lee
Sempra Energy
Henry Lester
California Institute of Technology
Terry Lewis
Independent Contractor and Consultant
Jane Long
Climate Strategist
Amber Mace
CCST
Michael Norman
San Diego Supercomputer Center
Prasad Ram
Gooru
Steven Schroeder
UCSF
Linda Dairiki Shortliffe, MD
Stanford University
Soroosh Sorooshian
UC Irvine
Dan Sperling
UC Davis
James L. Sweeney
Stanford University
Joseph Walkush
Science Applications International Corporation
Yulun Wang
InTouch Health
Dona Crawford

CCST Council Member
Dona Crawford

Associate Director for Computation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

As Associate Director for Computation at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Dona L. Crawford leads the Laboratory's high performance computing efforts. This includes managing a staff who develop and deploy an integrated computing environment for petascale simulations of complex physical phenomena such as understanding global climate warming, clean energy creation, biodefense, and non-proliferation. This environment includes high performance computers, scientific visualization facilities, high-performance storage systems, network connectivity, multi-resolution data analysis, mathematical models, scalable numerical algorithms, computer applications, and necessary services to enable Laboratory mission goals and scientific discovery through simulation. An icon for the computing environment provided is the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) Program's BlueGene/Q Sequoia machine (peak 20 quadrillion floating-point operations per second (PF)). This is among the fastest computers in the world.

Ms. Crawford has served on advisory committees for the National Research Council and the National Science Foundation. She is Co-Chair of the CRDF Global Board, Co-Chair of the Council on Competitiveness High Performance Computing Advisory Committee, and a member of IBM's Deep Computing Institute's External Advisory Board. She is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and participates in community outreach activities to promote math and science. She has a master's degree in operations research from Stanford University and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Redlands, California.

Dona was named 2005 Woman of the Year in Science in Alameda County and received the Computerworld Honors Award in 2006. In November 2010, Dona was featured as one of insideHPC's "Rock Stars of HPC." Her undergraduate alma mater, presented her with the "Alumni Career Achievement Award" in 2012. Dona was also featured in the HPCwire "2013 People to Watch" list.

She joined the CCST Council in 2014.

Updated 1/29/14
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