Dr. Glosli is a computational physicist and has studied systems spanning the physical scale from the subatomic particle to full human organ. He received a PhD from Simon Fraser University for the study of statistical mechanics of energetic heavy ion collisions. As a postdoc at IBM Almaden Research Center he used atomistic methods to studied tribology of polymer films and structure of electrolytes at surfaces. Since joining LLNL he has explored nanotribology of silicon and carbon films, growth of hydrogenated carbon films, carbon phase transformations, solidification of metals, dynamical properties of HED plasmas, cardiac modeling, and multiscale scale modeling in support of cancer research. He has developed various codes for evaluations of long-range Coulomb fields (FFM and PPPM), chemical equilibrium methods for multi-component multiphase systems (CHEQ) and molecular dynamics on massively parallel architectures (ddcMD). He and his coworkers have won the Gordon Bell Prize twice (2005&2007) for projects using ddcMD.