Los Alamos National LaboratoryInformation Science and Technology Institute (ISTI)
Implementing and fostering collaborative research, workforce and program development, and technical exchange

  • Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute

    Class of 2015

    Computer System, Cluster, and Networking Summer Institute

  • Viz Collab

    Viz Collab

    Scientific collaboration and educational resource for visualizing data


FY2017 Speakers
DateSpeakerOrg/InstitutionHostTitle of Presentation
2/8/17 Yongchao Yang LANL/Engineering Institute NSEC Full-field Imaging and Modeling of Structural Dynamics from Digital Videos
2/22/17 Daniel Tartakovsky Stanford University Gowri Srinivasan Quantitative Forecasting for Energy Applications
3/8/17 Horacio Vargas Guzman Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Christoph Junghans
3/15/17 Dr. Allon Percus Claremont Graduate University Gowri Srinivasan
5/3/17 Jonathan Mace Brown University Carleton Coffrin
  • Redesigned ISTI website up and running. We encourage readers to explore the ISTI website and send us feedback. Email isti@lanl.gov

What is ISTI?

The Information Science & Technology Institute (ISTI) enables the execution of Laboratory's institutional IS&T pillar through revitalization of technical IS&T areas, recruiting, and retention of IS&T staff. Learn more about ISIT.
We encourage Laboratory staff to contact us for help, advice, or funding for new IS&T initiatives. Send email to isti@lanl.gov.

IS&T Seminar Series

IS&T seminars are usually held Wednesday 3 pm and feature Laboratory-internal and external speakers on IS&T topics. ISTI provides support for external speakers. Send email to isti@lanl.gov to nominate a speaker.

ISTI Summer Schools

Summer schools are educational internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Visit the summer schools page for more information. ISTI organizes, sponsors, and/or co-sponsors the following summer schools:

IS&T Workshops

ISTI organizes, sponsors, or co-sponsors Laboratory-led workshops in IS&T areas relevant to the Laboratory's mission. More information on the Workshops page. FY16 workshops include:

University Collaborations

University collaborations in the IS&T area at the Laboratory are intended to build a strong relationships that result in recruiting pipelines, intellectual property and proposal teams for external funding.

    • CMU: Failure at Scale
    • UCD: Visualization
    • UCSC: File systems
    • Missouri S&T: Cyber security
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