Julie Mullen is a scientific consultant and research facilitator with the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) where she assists researchers in maximizing their use of high performance computing resources in order to minimize their time to solution. As an expert in High Performance Computing for computational engineering applications she focuses on re-designing scientific workflows to streamline processing and improve the performance of computational engineering applications. In addition, Julie leads the design and creation of online professional education experiences for the LLSC, including courses in High Performance Computing, Advanced Database Technologies and the use of high productivity middleware technologies. Her work has published in both the scientific computing and educational domains. Dr. Mullen received her BSME from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and her PhD in Engineering from Brown University where her research centered on extending Nek5000 to support numerical simulations of turbulent fluid flow.