The committee wishes to thank D.E. Shaw Research, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, and all of the 2010 Anton applicants for the opportunity to review these proposals and to identify which of the proposals best met the requirements set forth in the RFP. The committee members were vocal in their enthusiasm for the computational opportunities provided by Anton and pleased to be a part of helping determine how to allocate time on this important resource.
Robert L. Jernigan
cc: Dr. Joel Stiles, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
Dr. Warren Muir, National Research Council
Dr. Frances Sharples, National Research Council
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