Center for Computing Research
Gerald Fredrick Lofstead (Jay)
|Gerald Fredrick Lofstead (Jay)|
Scalable System Software
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1319
My research priority is to manage the data volume from scientific simulations to accelerate the scientific discovery process. To accomplish these goals, I work on issues related to managing the data created by simulations to the IO stack including the parallel file system and through online and offline workflow systems. I also work with reproducibility and am engaged in student programs at several conferences.
I won a 2013 R&D100 award as co-inventor of ADIOS, an alternative IO API designed from scratch to address petascale systems.
I am a three time graduate of Georgia Tech. BS 1993, MS 2004, and PhD 2010. I spent 10 years in industry between undergrad and grad school working on industrial controls programming packages and hospital data management and workflow systems.