Hai Ah is a computational physicist with a background in low-energy nuclear physics and high-performance computing. She is a co-PI of the Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Reactions DOE INCITE (Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment) project, the NUCLEI DOE SciDAC project, and worked for over six years at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility at ORNL prior to joining LANL. Hai Ah is team lead for the Trinity Center of Excellence, helping to prepare critical tri-lab ASC codes for Trinity and future architectures. She enjoys working with students and was chair of the SC Student Cluster Competition (2010, 2015), an intense undergraduate competition to prepare the next generation of HPC scientists.
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