Mr. Keller is a Lead Programmer involved with the development of large–scale computer simulation programs at the University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE).
He received a B.A. degree in Computer Science from State University New York, Buffalo. He has worked on the application of high-speed computing as a valued benchmark specialist for several computer companies including Control Data, Apollo Computer Systems, MIPS Computer Systems, and Cray Research. For the last 16 years has been the Lead Programmer involved with the development of DRACO, LLE’s primary hydrodynamic simulation code. These efforts included the application of parallel programing using MPI, investigation in the use of GPU’s, and the ongoing research in ways to optimize DRACO and other applications to effectively utilize LLE’s computing resources.