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     Dr. Scott Klasky receivd his BS in Physics from Drexel University in 1989, spending time as a co-op student at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory developing visualizing/display software. He then received a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1994. The topic of Klasky's thesis was in numerical methods to solve elliptical partial differential equations for numerical relativity. During his time as a student, Klasky also worked as a research assistant at the Center for High Performance Computing at Texas. His work there was in the visualization group, working on developing visualization software for researchers at Texas. After receiving his Ph.D., Klasky become a postdoctoral research associate at Texas, working on advanced computing techniques for the NSF funded grand challenge, "The Binary Black Hole Grannd Challenge". Between 1996 and 1999, Klasky became a senior research scientist at the Northeast Parallel Architecture Center at Syracuse University. His research centered around collaborative visualization and advance numerical methods. Since 1999, Klasky joined PPPL to become head of visualization in their computational plasma physics group.

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