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Krishnamoorthy Named New ACM Senior Member

Busy HPC Team Lead also to deliver keynote at X10 forum

May 2016
Congratulations to Sriram Krishnamoorthy, a research scientist and the System Software and Applications Team Leader in PNNL’s HPC group, who was named an Association for Computing Machinery Senior Member. This designation recognizes ACM members for their long-term exceptional performance that “sets them apart from their peers.” In another noteworthy turn, he also will present the keynote address at the upcoming 2016 X10 Workshop. According to ACMD Division Director Nathan Baker, “Sriram continues to exemplify the high-caliber research and talented personnel who make up ACMD Division’s High Performance Computing group.”

It Takes Two to Make an Electrode Go Right

Antimony fails to work inside a magnesium battery, but it's just what tin needs to store energy

May 2016

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that the interface between antimony and tin stabilizes an alloy electrode of interest for higher capacity magnesium batteries; this offers insights into the interface and adds to the scientific foundation necessary for new energy technologies.

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