This presentation forms part of the morning sessions at HUBbub 2011. These sessions covered topics ranging from plenary speakers discussing the future of cyberinfrastructure and research at public universities and tech talk discussions on HUBzero's new functionality and ways to enhance your hub.
Gabrielle received a PhD in computational astrophysics from Cardiff University in 1993. Before moving from Europe to Louisiana State University in 2003, Gabrielle was the lead of the computer science area of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (AEI) in Potsdam, Germany where she researched and developed techniques for high performance and grid computing. At the AEI, Gabrielle was the lead of the Cactus Code project and a PI for the European GridLab project. At LSU, Gabrielle played a major role in establishing the Center for Computation and Technology, led the cyberinfrastucture component of the statewide NSF research infrastructure improvement award, and continued to led the Cactus Code project. She has been deeply involved in a number of large, collaborative projects integrating computer science, scientific computing and the computational sciences across diverse fields including petroleum engineering, coastal modeling, computational fluid dynamics, numerical relativity, computational chemistry and computational biology.