Bob Sorensen is Hyperion Research's Senior Vice President for Research and Chief Analyst for Quantum Computing. Bob’s areas of expertise include analysis of advanced computing hardware, architectures, interconnects, and performance metrics for both classical and quantum systems. Before joining Hyperion Research, Bob worked 33 years for the U.S. Federal Government as a Senior Science and Technology analyst covering global advanced computing developments to support senior-level U.S. policy makers including those in the White House, Department of Defense, and Treasury. Bob has a BSEE from the University of Rochester and a MSCS from the George Washington University. He strongly prefers C to Python.
Recent Events and Presentations
A New Frontier: Leveraging U.S. High-Performance Computing Leadership in an Exascale Era
Watch ITIF's event at the Dirksen Senate Office Building (SD-562) as it released a new report exploring the promise of HPC in the exascale era, examining some of the latest cutting-edge applications of HPC, and articulating steps policymakers should take to keep the United States at the leading-edge of this highly globally competitive, yet truly foundational information technology.
The Vital Importance of High-Performance Computing to U.S. Competitiveness and National Security
Join ITIF as it releases an important new report explaining why HPC is increasingly vital to America’s economic competitiveness and details the intensifying global competition for HPC systems leadership, in particular the race to exascale computing.