Allan Williams is the Deputy Director (Innovative Compute Environments) at the National Computational Infrastructure. In this current role, he is responsible for the delivery of both high-quality and innovative integrated research infrastructure services supporting Australia’s leading researchers. He achieved this through re-building the systems and operational teams needed to deliver Australia’s largest public supercomputer, the world’s fastest research cloud and the southern hemisphere’s fastest filesystems.

Prior to his start at NCI, he was Director of IT Services for the ANU responsible for University Wide Corporate and Student IT services including networking, cybersecurity and telephony. He developed one of the earliest websites in Australia (number 800 in the world) and holds an honors science degree in Physics and Pure Mathematics and a postgraduate diploma in Computer Science.
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