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Interlab: A History of Cooperation . Becky J. Verastegui Chief Information Officer & Director, Networking & Computing Technologies Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory October 27, 2004 Oak Ridge, Tennessee. ORNL is DOE’s largest multipurpose science laboratory.

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Interlab: A History of Cooperation

Becky J. Verastegui

Chief Information Officer &

Director, Networking & Computing Technologies Division

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

October 27, 2004

Oak Ridge, Tennessee


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ORNL is DOE’s largest multipurpose science laboratory

  • Nation’s largest science facility:the $1.4B Spallation Neutron Source

  • Nation’s largest concentrationof open source materials research

  • Nation’s largest energy laboratory

  • $300 million modernization in progress

  • $1 billion budget

  • 3900 employees

  • 3000 research guests annually

  • Nation’s largest unclassified scientific computing facility

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Battelle and the University of Tennessee created UT-Battelle to manage ORNL

University of Tennessee

Battelle

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Our integrating scientific themes to manage ORNLat the start of the 21st century

Complex biological systems

Bio

Nano

Info

Ultrascale computingand simulation

Nanoscale scienceand technology

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Our world-class capabilities for nanoscale R&D are coming on line

Spallation Neutron Source:

  • Nation’s largest science project

  • On schedule,on budget,on scope — 85% complete

High Flux Isotope Reactor:

  • Nation’s leading research reactor

  • World-classinstrumentsinstalled

Ultrahigh-resolution microscopy

  • Advanced Microscopy Laboratory ready for aberration-corrected electron microscope

  • New world recordresolution: 0.6 Å

  • Aiming for 0.3 Å

Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences

  • First of five DOE-sponsored centers

  • User programalready under way

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We are at the forefront linein computing and simulation

  • Computing is essential to addressing major scientific challenges

  • We lead DOE’s effort to regain and retain U.S. leadership in this vitally important area

  • Our goal is to bring the world’s most powerful computer to Oak Ridge

    • To solve problems that cannotbe solved experimentally

    • To solve problems that are too expensiveto solve experimentally

    • To accelerate discovery as nano meets simulation

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We are building momentum linein systems biology

Challenge: Integrate biology and ecologybased on the foundation of understanding molecular-level interactions

Goals

  • Understand how livingorganisms interact withand respond to their environments

  • Use biological processesto produce clean energy,sequester carbon, and helpclean up the environment

  • Reduce the impactsof climate change

  • Learn how the componentsof the cell function in health and disease

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Buildings lineTechnologyCenter

High FluxIsotope Reactor

Key user facilities at Oak Ridge

High TemperatureMaterials Laboratory

Metals Processing LaboratoryUser Center

National EnvironmentalResearchPark

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Investments in four areas

Key issues:

ScienceEducation

Civic and Cultural Events

CorporateVolunteerism

EconomicDevelopment

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The national laboratories collaborate lineto meet DOE’s mission needs

Idaho

Ames

Argonne

PacificNorthwest

LawrenceBerkeley

Brookhaven

Jefferson

Stanford

Oak Ridge

LawrenceLivermore

SavannahRiver

Sandia

National Renewable Energy Lab

Los Alamos

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National Security line

Environment

Energy

Integrating scientific themes

Intellectual foundations in

science/engineering/technology

Best business practices and work environment

At Interlab, relationships are made that integrate throughout the year

Applied to national problems

Powerful partnerships

Collaboration

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We partner with each other lineto put web innovations to work

  • New tools for partnerships

  • Aggressive outreach

  • Sharing ideas

  • Thousands of new web sites

  • Frequent interactions among labs

  • Unprecedented partnerships

Since Interlab 1994:

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Everyone here has been a benefactor in Interlab’s history of cooperation

Thanks to the InterLab 2004

Organizing Committee!

The following folks (among many others) helped to organize Interlab 2004:

Jim Pearce - Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Lead Organizer

Karen Barry - Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Joe Chervenak - National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Program Committee

Janet Dippo - Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Mark Elmore - Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Program Committee

Nancy Getsi - Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Program Committee Chair

Annette Greiner - Joint Genome Institute, Program Committee

Becky Verastegui - Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Bebo White - Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Program Committee

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ORNL is open for business of cooperation

Continue Cooperation and

Enjoy Your Conference!

www.ornl.gov

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