Rick leads pathfinding efforts in applying computational methods at GE Research, supporting products and services that have spanned diverse industrial sectors such as healthcare, air and rail transportation, media, finance, defense and energy. Rick represents GE in government policy and project discussions, including as co-chair of the U.S. Council on Competitiveness Advanced Computing Roundtable and a member of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Council. He holds a B.S. and M. Eng. In Computer Engineering and an MBA and is a Senior Member of ACM.
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.