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CCSE’s Hannah Klion Selected for 2022 Rising Stars

April 19, 2022

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Hannah Klion

Hannah Klion, a postdoctoral researcher in the Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences Area’s Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering (CCSE), has been selected for the prestigious Rising Stars conference, being held April 20-21 at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Originally launched at MIT in 2012, Rising Stars is an academic and research career workshop for women; this year’s event is focused on computational and data sciences.

“It's an honor to be selected, and I'm excited for the opportunity to share my work and meet other early career women across the computational sciences,” said Klion, who was nominated for Rising Stars by CCSE Group Lead Andy Nonaka. Klion’s current research focus is on high-performance simulations of magnetic reconnection, with an eye toward modeling pulsar magnetospheres. During the Rising Stars event, she will give a presentation on “First-Principles Simulations of Relativistic Magnetic Reconnection.”

This year’s Rising Stars conference was organized by the University of Texas at Austin’s Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, Sandia National Laboratories, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.


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