Mr. James B. White III (Trey)
is in the Scientific Computing Group of the National Center for Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Trey earned his Masters degree in Physics from the Ohio State University in 1996. After additional graduate work in computer science, he spent a year at the Ohio Supercomputer Center and then the ERDC Major Shared Resource Center before joining the ORNL Center for Computational Sciences in 1999. Trey has worked on a variety of supercomputer applications, including climate dynamics, materials science, and fusion energy. He is interested in the design of software, hardware, and programming languages for high-end scientific computing.

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