Sudip Seal leads the Systems and Decision Sciences Group of the Mathematics in Computation Section in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is also a Joint ORNL-UT Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He holds a PhD in computer engineering and a PhD in theoretical high energy physics. He specializes in the design, development and analysis of scalable parallel algorithms for large-scale applications of traditional and AI-driven methods in science and engineering.
Significant Event Award (2017, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Citation: Groundbreaking Plasma Equilibrium Computations for Next-Generation Fusion Studies, shared with Dr. Steven P. Hirshman (FMNSD).
Runner-up Best Paper Award (2016, 45th International Conference on Parallel Processing) PARVMEC: An Efficient, Scalable Implementation of the Variational Moments Equilibrium Code, Sudip K. Seal, Steven P. Hirshman, Andreas Wingen, Robert S. Wilcox, Mark R. Cianciosa and Ezekial A. Unterberg.
Significant Event Award (2014, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Citation: HPC Advancements in MHD Equilibrium Analysis Capability for Future Tokamak and Stellarator Designs, shared with Dr. Steven P. Hirshman (FMNSD).