Recognition

Text "Secretary's Achievement Awards" and DOE logo
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Livermore employees, participating in 10 project teams, recently earned Department of Energy Secretary Achievement Awards.
Peter Celliers
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Livermore's Peter Celliers was recently elected to the executive committee as vice-chair of the American Physical Society Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter.
Cover, Getting to Neutral report
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Livermore’s "Getting to Neutral" Carbon Emissions Team has earned a Department of Energy Secretary Achievement Award for its work on how California could become carbon neutral by 2045.
Six images of a cheetah used for machine learning.
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A paper coauthored by a Laboratory scientist received the IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision’s Best Paper Honorable Mention award.
Dr. Kelly Humbird pictured with horse.
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Texas A&M University’s Department of Nuclear Engineering has honored Livermore physicist Kelli Humbird with its 2020–21 Young Former Student Award.
Bronis de Supinski
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Bronis de Supinski, Livermore Computing’s chief technology officer, has been named an IEEE fellow.
International Filtration News cover issue 6 2020
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International Filtration News selected a carbon nanotube (CNT) porin technology developed by Lawrence Livermore researchers and colleagues as one of the top filtration innovations in 2020, featuring it on the cover of issue 6 2020.
The Blue Gene/L supercomputer
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A team of current and former Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and IBM scientists won the annual “Test of Time” award at the 2020 Supercomputing Conference.
Generative model of SARS-Cov-2 virus
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A machine learning model developed by a team of Livermore scientists to aid in COVID-19 drug discovery efforts is a finalist for the Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research.
Carol Woodward
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The Association for Women in Mathematics announced it has named Livermore computational scientist Carol Woodward as a 2021 fellow, recognizing her commitment to supporting and advancing women in the mathematical sciences.