Greg spent the last 20 years focusing on scientific HPC for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. During that time he has also created several well-known open source projects like Warewulf and CentOS Linux.
Yannick is the brains behind the SIF (Singularity image format), data storage strategies and various security features. Yannick spent over a decade with Canadian intelligence agencies where he worked on Linux system and kernel features, HPC interconnects and hypervisors.
Dave develops the Singularity build system and focuses on the user interface. Previously, Dave was a neuroscientist and computational biologist at the National Institutes of Health. Dave likes cows.
Carl works on Singularity core and Singularity Cloud. Carl brings many years of Linux development as well as past experience with several successful startup companies. He also has 17 patents to his name...
Jason uses his diverse experience to develop back-end projects, infrastructure and things that go on "under the hood" as well as coming to the rescue to help those in need.
Adam has over ten years of experience designing, developing, and optimizing software. He specializes in real-time operating systems, cooking on his cloud-connected charcoal grill, and large-scale distributed systems... and making lists.
After studying AI before deep learning was cool, Dave worked for 9 years in biomedical research computing and HPC. Interests include using containers to enable reproducible, accessible science.
With humor, and sometimes sharp wit, Keith combines his personal interests and professional experiences into an energy to model, shape and build Sylabs. He has truly opened himself to the opportunity of a spontaneous experience.
Currently studying Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan. Has spent the last three years as a member of Michigan Hybrid Racing working on their controls team.
Co-founder of ClamAV, open-source enthusiast, started building cool things in 2003 and since then never looked back to 9-to-5 jobs.
With a strong focus on web and API development, Joana has collaborated to projects around Europe, Latin America and USA. Her main areas of interest are Bioinformatics, Security and Networking.