Hello ARCH & Rockfish Community,

In this newsletter: 

  • Introducing the Robbins Prize recipients. 
  • Research Profile: Professor Mario Bianchet
  • Staff Spotlight: Jaime Combariza 
  • Job Opportunities: Assistant Research Scientist

Read below for more details about our announcements.

Introducing the Robbins Prize Recipients:

Advanced Research Computing at Hopkins (ARCH) is delighted to announce the winners of the 2023 Mark O. Robbins Prize in high performance computing. We congratulate Katharine JenikeDr. Katiana Kontolati and Dr. Thomas Edwards for being this year’s PhD and Future Faculty award recipients. Learn more about this year’s winners here

Research Profile: Professor Mario Bianchet​

Mario Bianchet is an Associate Professor of Neurology and Biophysics & Biophysical Chemistry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. His research focuses on macromolecules and the relationship between their structure and their biological function and dysfunction, particularly on human diseases. Learn more about Professor Bianchet’s work and how he uses Rockfish to support his research here

Staff Spotlight: Jaime Combariza

We are introducing a new section on our newsletter called Staff Spotlight, where we highlight the work of a member of the ARCH Team. We start this new series with Dr. Jaime Combariza, associate research professor in the Department of Chemistry and director of ARCH. Read more about Dr. Combariza’s role in the ARCH team here

Job Opportunities: Assistant Research Scientist

Are you interested in joining the HPC workforce? As a Research Computing and Data Specialist (RCD) or Research Software Engineer (RSE) you will have plenty of opportunities to participate in innovative projects, establish collaborations with different research groups, support and enable cutting-edge research. ARCH has several openings at the assistant research scientist level. For more information click here 

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