Matthew Hielsberg is a System Administrator IV working for Technology Services at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

Mr. Hielsberg works with researchers to design and build systems to best fit their computational needs within budgetary constraints. He builds and administers small to mid-size high performance computing clusters as well as physical virtual research servers. These systems typically utilize Infiniband (or Rockport switchless fabric), and include both CPU and GPU nodes. He also provides technical support and user training/onboarding, including basic Linux, Slurm, MPI, etc.

Mr. Hielsberg is also responsible for creating and maintaining the Ansible Automation Platform for Linux Infrastructure within the College of Arts & Sciences. He actively develops automation and tools for the provisioning, compliance and ongoing maintenance of Linux-based research servers and clusters.

In previous roles Mr. Hielsberg also supported faculty research initiatives through the development of custom software tools and applications as well as consulted on algorithmic development. He mentored lab students, provided technical training and seminars covering a range of topics from programming languages and best practices to various research topics. He has made contributions to and developed a variety of different software applications, typically for desktops and HPC, but has also developed for mobile platforms and web.

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Matthew Hielsberg