Dr. Adolfy HoisieLaboratory Fellow & Director, Center for Advanced Architectures, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Adolfy Hoisie is a Laboratory Fellow and Director of the Center for Advanced Architectures at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Prior to that, he was at the Los Alamos National Laboratory for many years, where he served in a variety of scientific and leadership positions, including as the Director of the Center for Advanced Architectures and Usable Supercomputing and the Leader of the Computer Science for High-Performance Computing Group which included the Performance and Architecture Lab.
He is an internationally recognized expert in performance analysis and engineering of large-scale parallel computing systems and applications, and system architecture. He pioneered methodologies in his area of expertise, creatingpractical, highly accurate performance modeling techniques that set the standard in the community. He is a past winner of the Gordon Bell Award, and of many other awards for technical and teaching excellence. Adolfy served extensively in the high-performance computing community in a variety of capacities, such as conference organizer (e.g., Technical Program Chair at SC ’08), editorial board member, committees, panels, and advisory boards. He has published extensively in the peer-reviewed literature, including three books and was the PI on numerous grants from the NNSA, ASCR, DARPA, NSF, and others.