The LLNL Computing Virtual Expo was an end-to-end digital experience with interactive booths, networking opportunities, and on-demand presentations, held on September 30. Lab employees and the public were invited to learn about new initiatives while networking and engaging with the Computing community, including computer scientists, IT experts, HPC contacts, and software developers and engineers.
In addition to an exhibit booth about open source projects in general, the Expo featured booths for RADIUSS project and the Maestro Workflow Conductor. Ian Lee presented a lightning talk about the Lab’s open source community and policies, and Rob Neely gave a talk on RADIUSS. Materials: