Todd Gamblin is a Computer Scientist in the Advanced Technology Office in Livermore Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). He created Spack, a popular open source package manager aimed at HPC, which has a rapidly growing worldwide community of contributors. He also leads the Packaging Technologies area of the U.S. Exascale Computing Project, and BUILD, an LLNL strategic research initiative on software integration and dependencies. His research interests include dependency management, software engineering, parallel computing, performance measurement, and performance analysis. Todd has been at LLNL since 2008.
Greg Becker is a Computer Scientist in the Tool Development Group in Livermore Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). His focus is on bridging the gap between research and production software at LLNL. His work in software productization has led him to work on Spack, an open source package manager for high performance computing with users and contributors all over the world. Gregory also works on the BUILD research project, working to resolve dependency integration issues related to binary interfaces, and on internal LLNL infrastructure using Spack. He has been at LLNL since 2015.