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Dr. Daniel Ernst is currently a distinguished technologist working on the HPE high-performance computing and mission-critical systems (MCS) advanced technology team, where he leads investigations into future HPC architectures. His focus is on high-performance memory systems, application-optimized architectures, future HPC, artificial intelligence and HPDA node architectures, and system simulation. Dan was the principal investigator for Cray’s U.S. Department of Energy Fast Forward 2 program, which focused on bringing ARM technologies into HPC, and co-leads the ongoing Cray (now part of HPE) PathForward program. He is part of the team architecting the upcoming U.S. DOE exascale systems. Dan serves as a primary architecture liaison in technical relationships with HPE's HPC and MCS compute and memory partners, and has also represented HPE and Cray's interests across industry standards bodies, including JEDEC and the CCIX Consortium, as well as on the board of directors of the Gen-Z Consortium.