John Corlett, who is head of Accelerator Systems for Future Light Sources in Berkeley Lab’s Accelerator and Fusion Research Division, is at the forefront of developing new concepts and new technologies for accelerators and light sources, including the coherent x-ray sources known as free electron lasers (FELs).
Kathy Yelick has been a professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley since 1991 and is an internationally recognized expert in developing methods to advance the use of parallel computers. She can be contacted to speak about general trends in computing, supercomputing, scientific computing, and parallel programming languages.
I-Yang Lee, head of the GRETINA project in the Nuclear Science Division, studies atomic nuclei under unusual conditions and nuclei which are unusual in their own right. He has led teams of his Berkeley Lab colleagues, with coworkers in other institutions, in designing and building some of the world's best gamma-ray detectors for nuclear science.