Eric Linder is Co-Director of the Institute for Nuclear and Particle Astrophysics at Berkeley Lab and director of the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics, a joint effort between the Lab and UC Berkeley. Linder is also head of the Theory Group of the Supernova/Acceleration Project (SNAP), a next generation satellite exploring dark energy and the accelerating universe, as well as providing a deep, wide, and colorful survey for astrophysics.
William is a clinical neurologist who also serves as the Lab's Deputy Head of the Radiotracer Development & Imaging Technology department. For over three decades he has conducted research using brain imaging (PET and MRI techniques in particular) to investigate brain aging and dementia.
Jason is currently the Storage Systems Group Lead at the Department of Energy's National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), which is the principal supplier of production high-performance computing services and expertise to the nationwide energy research community within the Office of Science. He can be contacted to speak about data center mass storage and archiving.