New TeraGrid Campus Champion making Purdue researchers an

April 15, 2009

A “people person” with a background in helping users take advantage of high-performance computing resources whose job already focuses on assisting researchers in using the TeraGrid—you couldn’t ask for a better description of a good TeraGrid Campus Champion.

That’s just what Purdue is getting in Kim Dillman, a research programmer for Information at Technology at Purdue (ITaP) and ITaP’s Rosen Center for Advanced Computing who was recently named the university’s first Campus Champion.

Originally posted: April 15, 2009