EMVL Staff Contact Information
The Environmental Modeling and Visualization Laboratory (EMVL) is an EPA-managed, contractor-operated facility designed to support EPA high performance computing programs.
U.S. EPA's manager for High Performance Computing is
U.S. EPA's manager for Scientific Visualization support is
The EMVL is located in the National Computer Center, which is a Green Building. In January 2005, EPA received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEEDŽ) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council rating for the NCC. The LEED rating system is a voluntary, consensus-based national standard for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings. Also, during NCC's construction, 90 percent of construction debris was recycled. GSA recognized the project's exceptional success with a Planet GSA Demolition Derby 2000 Award, and as a "model sustainable facility" in its 2001 annual national environmental awards. For more information see: Greening EPA