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Thursday, February 28 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Keynote: "High Performance Computing: Solving Oil and Gas Problems Today – Poised for the Future," John Kuzan, Manager, Computational Sciences Function, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company

 

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As energy demand rises globally, oil and gas will continue to supply about half of that demand and energy efficiency will become increasingly important.  The pace of improvement is likely to accelerate, reflecting the development and deployment of new technologies in the oil and gas business, as well as for personal transportation and power generation.  Ensuring access to energy for people around the world has been and will remain a great challenge.  Effective technology solutions to the energy challenges before us will naturally rely on modeling complicated processes and that in turn will lead to a strong need for high-performance computing.  The presentation will include ExxonMobil's global energy outlook through 2040.

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Simanti Das

Manager, High Performance Computing Software Development & Support, ExxonMobil Technical Computing Company
Simanti Das, is currently the manager of High Performance Computing software development and support group in ExxonMobil Upstream IT organization. She is responsible for providing software development, optimization and support for massively parallel seismic imaging technologies for Upstream business use. Upon receiving her M.S in Computer Science from University of Houston in 1988, Simanti started her career at Exxon Production Research... Read More →

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John D. Kuzan

Manager, Computational Sciences Function, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company

Thursday February 28, 2013 3:30pm - 4:15pm
McMurtry Auditorium (Duncan Hall)
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