Kenneth J. Roche ( Kenny Roche , Ken Roche ): Pacific Northwest National Laboratory : University of Washington
K. J. Roche - Seattle, Washington
Kenneth J. Roche
Physical and Computational Sciences, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Department of Physics, University of Washington
Box 351560, 3910 15th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98195-1560
kenneth.roche AT pnl DOT gov ; k8r AT uw DOT edu
Statement: I am a computer scientist with a background in computing, physics, and applied math.
My research interests include algorithms and software, modeling quantum many-body systems, and the theory of computing -i.e. check out the quantum computing group at UW physics. I am an expert programmer for HPC systems. My main projects currently funded by the US Department of Energy:
Here you may find some of my journal articles / selected conference papers / reports, sponsored government workshops and relevant meetings, and selected talks, seminars, posters, etc.
Also, sometimes my work is in the news.
- US DOE Office of Science and National Nuclear Security Administration Initiative: Exascale Computing Project - Application Assessment
- US DOE Office of Science Nuclear Physics and Advanced Scientific Computing Research: SciDAC Computing the Properties of Matter with Leadership Computing Resources
- US DOE Office of Science Fusion Energy Sciences and Advanced Scientific Computing Research: SciDAC Plasma Surface Interactions: Predicting the Performance and Impact of Dynamic PFC Surfaces
- 2019 recipient of a US DOE INCITE Award on the IBM AC922 at Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, Summit (#1 computer on Top500): Real-Time Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Strongly Interacting Nuclear Matter
- 2020 recipient of a US DOE INCITE Award on the IBM AC922 at Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, Summit (#1 computer on Top500): Nuclear Matter Dynamics in Real Time and the Heaviest Elements in Nature