INDUSTRY COUNCIL

The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Industry Council is an external advisory body that serves the ECP director and leadership team by providing advice and feedback on project scope and requirements, technical approaches, progress, strategic directions and other issues. It provides essential two-way communication and information exchange between the ECP and the high performance computing (HPC) industrial user community as well as the commercial HPC software community.

Full Industry Council Member List (PDF)

News Release (PDF)

David Martin

Argonne National Laboratory
Co-Executive Director, ECP Industry Council

Suzy Tichenor

Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Co-Executive Director, ECP Industry Council

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