Giving large-scale software engineers a more versatile development environment.
Archanan is revolutionizing supercomputing by changing how scientific software is developed. Supercomputing has a problem. We have access to tomorrow’s computers but we are still using yesterday’s practices. Developing applications for supercomputers costs too much time, too much money, and is too difficult. Archanan empowers the vast majority of scientists to use supercomputers through a suite of easy-to-use tools which can help design robust, scalable, and portable code. Our solution provides cost savings of an order of magnitude to supercomputing centers and increases productivity of their users by ten times. Archanan is facilitating the path toward the future of personalized medicine, self-driving cars, commercial space travel, quantum computing, and much more.
Alex Nodeland is a serial innovator who holds a degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Stony Brook University, where he entered a PhD program at age 20. During his studies, he was part of the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology and the High Performance Computing Consortium.
Lukasz Orlowski has worked on the management and development side of supercomputing over the past 8 years with Intel and A*STAR. He has been developing software for over 12 years, with a specialty in large-scale parallel and distributed applications.