Jeff Hammond is Senior System Architect at Intel. His research interests include computational chemistry, numerical linear algebra, parallel programming models, and high-performance computing system architecture. He contributes to the development of the open standards for parallel computing, especially MPI and OpenMP. He received the IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC) Young Achiever Award for work on massively parallel scientific computing. Prior to joining Intel, he worked at Argonne Leadership Computing Facility as a computational scientist and performance engineer. He received his PhD in chemistry from the University of Chicago, where he was Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellow.