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The official Jupyter Conference
August 22-23, 2017: Training
August 23-25, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY
Shane Canon

Shane Canon
Project Engineer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Shane Canon is a project engineer in the Data and Analytics Services group at NERSC in the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he focuses on enabling data-intensive applications on HPC platforms and engaging with bioinformatics applications. Shane has held a number of positions at NERSC, including leading the Technology Integration group, where he focused on the Magellan Project and other areas of strategic focus, leading the Data Systems group, and serving as a system administrator for the PDSF cluster, where he gained experience in cluster administration, batch systems, parallel filesystems, and the Linux kernel. He was also a group leader at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he architected the 10 petabyte Spider filesystem. Shane is involved in a number of projects outside of NERSC, including serving as the production lead on the KBase project, which is developing a platform to enable predictive biology. Shane holds a PhD in physics from Duke University and a BS in physics from Auburn University.


11:05am–11:45am Thursday, August 24, 2017
JupyterHub deployments
Location: Nassau Level: Intermediate
Shreyas Cholia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Rollin Thomas (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Shane Canon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Shreyas Cholia, Rollin Thomas, and Shane Canon share their experience leveraging JupyterHub to enable notebook services for data-intensive supercomputing on the Cray XC40 Cori system at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC). Read more.