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Scalable System Software - Awards

The contributions of Sandia system software researchers have been recognized with the following awards:

November 2015
IEEE TCSC Early Career Award
Kurt Ferreira was one of the recipients of the 2015 IEEE Technical Committee on Scalalble Computing Award for Excellence for Early Career Researchers. Kurt was recognized for his influential and potentially long-lasting contributions in resilience techniques for large-scale computing systems.
July 2013
R&D100 Award for ADIOS: Adaptable I/O System
ADIOS, a project that Sandian Jay Loftstead made major contributions to, is recognized by R&D Magazine as "One of the Most Technologically Significant New Products of the Year." More info
June 2011
NNSA/DP Award of Excellence for Red Storm OS Team
The National Nuclear Security Administration Defense Programs Award of Excellence is presented to the Sandia Red Storm Operating System Team "For your significant contributions to the Stockpile Stewardship Program."
April 2010
FLC Award for Red Storm
The "Red Storm Massively Parallel Processor Supercomputing Architecture" wins a Federal Laboratory Consortium Excellence in Technology Transfer Award.
July 2009
R&D100 Award for Catamount N-Way Lightweight Kernel
The multi-core version of the Catamount lightweight kernel is recognized by R&D Magazine as "One of the Most Technologically Significant New Products of the Year." More info
October 2006
Lockheed Martin NOVA Award for Teamwork
Red Storm Supercomputer Design and Development Team
"For designing and deploying a new massively parallel supercomputer, Red Storm, which the team brought online less than 30 months after initial concept, created because no commercial product was available to meet the customer's needs, Red Storm is now used to solve critical National Nuclear Security Administration challenges."
July 2006
R&D100 Award for the Compute Processor Allocator
The Compute Processor Allocator, which uses a space-filling curve to reorder a network of processors so that locations remain close in the physical network of processors after reordering, was recognized by R&D Magazine as "One of the Most Technologically Significant New Products of the Year." More info

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