Longtime UT and ORNL Professor Jack Dongarra was named the AM Turing Award winner for 2021 for his contributions to computing.
UT’s Dongarra Receives Prestigious ACM A. M. Turing Award
A Final Frontier: Newest Supercomputer at ORNL Comes Online
Jack Dongarra discusses Frontier, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory super computer currently being built, and how it will be the world’s fastest computer.
Dongarra Chosen IEEE Computer Society’s Computer Pioneer for 2020
Jack Dongarra, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was selected as IEEE Computer Society’s Computer Pioneer for 2020.
HPC Wire: ASC19 Wrapped Up with 20 Teams Taking Home Top Honors
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor in the Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, spoke at ASC19.
Accolades: Notable Achievements from Around the College
Faculty and students from the Tickle College of Engineering were recognized with awards from national organizations.
Dongarra Earns Major National Computing Honor
Jack Dongarra, distinguished professor at UT, was recently award a major computing honor from SIAM and ACM in recognition of his work.
Summit the New Standard for High-Speed Computing
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, recently named Summit the new standard for high-speed computing.
Dongarra Talks Supercomputing with Wired
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor in electrical engineering and computer science, spoke to the magazine Wired about the new supercomputing “arms race.”
GCN: Exascale a ‘main priority’ for DOE
Jack Dongarra, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, who has an appointment at Oak Ridge National Lab and helped create the list of top supercomputers, told GCN last year that Summit, a supercomputer that will come online this year at ORNL, will likely reclaim the No. 1 spot on the Top500 list.
UT’s Innovative Computing Laboratory Awarded $10.2 Million in Projects
Kothe said such work will be a catalyst for delivery of exascale-enabling science and engineering solutions for the United States. Exascale systems are capable of one billion billion computations—1,000,000,000,000,000,000—per second.