Information about the Center staff and what they do.
Dr. Susan R. Atlas
Susan R. Atlas
Susan R. Atlas, PhD, is Research Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Director of the Center for Advanced Research Computing. She is co-Director of the Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Shared Resource and an Associate Member of the Cancer Biology and Biotechnology Program at the UNM Cancer Center. Dr. Atlas leads computationally-intensive research programs in molecular biophysics and biophysics, and in machine learning/pattern recognition as applied to molecular classification for outcome prediction and novel subtype identification in cancer. Her theoretical work relates to the development of exchange-correlation energy density functionals for strongly-correlated electronic systems and charge-transfer embedded-atom functionals for molecular dynamics simulations of molecules and materials.
Administrative Assistant III
Julie Harris is the main point of contact for all administrative issues for the Center. She has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in International Business. Julie enjoys playing basketball with other Center employees after work
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Administrative Assistant II
Shavone A. Otero
Shavone A. Otero is the second point of contact for all administrative issues for the Center and is currently maintaining CARC's website. She has a Bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in Professional Writing and a minor in Chicano Studies.
SYSTEM & USER SERVICES
Jim E. Prewett
HPC Systems Engineer III
Jim E. Prewett
James E. Prewett leads the systems group at UNM CARC.
Jim is also involved in log analysis research for cluster systems and larger networks through the http://www.carc.unm.edu/~download/LoGS/project.
Jim is the lead developer on the Simple Cluster Administration Toolkit (SCAT) project.
Sr. Database Administrator
Susan is a senior-level database administrator who provides general database support for interdisciplinary bioinformatics projects for the Center, the Cancer Research and Treatment Center (CRTC), and Shared Resource for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (SRBCB).
Brian Smith, along with Frank Gilfeather and John Sobolewski, was previously a co-PI on the original grant to run the Maui High Performance Computing Center. He is also a founder of the UNM Center for High Performance Computing. Brian retired from the University and the Computer Science Department several years ago, but continues to be active in the Center. He works in the general area of user support, helping to develop and debug codes on new systems. Most importantly, Brian provides a great deal of guidance and advice in setting the direciton for the Center.