Blake Fleischer is a research scientist and scientific computing consultant at the Georgia Tech Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE), which provides GT and Emory researchers with high performance computing (HPC) research solutions. Blake is focused on research projects that optimize resource utilization and maximize hardware uptime and contributes to user education in Linux, HPC orientation, and code optimization.
Blake is also the director of Anidata, an Atlanta-based 501c3 nonprofit. Providing data science for the community and community for data scientists, Anidata combines data science for social good with mentorship in analytics and software development to apply Atlanta's growing technological resources to its many social needs.
Research Scientist and Scientific Computing Consultant at the Georgia Tech Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE)
Dan Robertson is a Software Engineer at Tripwire working on a network vulnerability scanner. Dan is a real autodidact, spending much of his free time coding in Python, C++, and the emerging high-performance language Rust. In his free time he enjoys contributing to open-source projects including LibreOffice and Servo.