Audit Edouard, dr.
Coordinator of the EoCoE project. He studied physics at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan and received a PhD in theoretical physics from university Paris 7 in 1997. He worked at the Paris observatory in the field of cosmology and large scale structure formation. He then joined CEA were he has been working on star formation, interstellar medium and laser generated plasmas. In 2010, he was appointed as the founding director of Maison de la Simulation (MdS), a joint laboratory between CEA, CNRS, INRIA and the universities of Paris-Sud and Versailles-St Quentin. The mission of MdS is to foster the usage of HPC for scientific discovery. Edouard Audit is also professor at INSTN and teaches computational astrophysics and parallel computing. He has more than 80 publications in peer reviewed journals.
D’Ambra Pasqua, dr. MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE
Senior scientist at the Institute for Applied Computing (IAC) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR). She earned her PhD in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from University of Naples Federico II in 1995. Her research interests are in algorithms and software for parallel numerical linear algebra with applications to Computational Science and Data Analysis and her activities are carried on in the context of national and international projects, also with PI roles. She serves as WP leader and PI for CNR in EoCoE-II. For more details visit her personal web page: Pasqua D'Ambra - Home Page (cnr.it)
Celino Massimo, dr.
Research Scientist in ENEA, holds a PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the University ‘L. Pasteur’ of Strasbourg (France). He graduated in Physics at ‘La Sapienza’ University of Rome.
He is principal investigator of the EuroHPC project “Textarossa” for the design of new technologies for exascale supercomputers. He is coordinating the Italian effort for an accelerated platform for the design of materials for energy.
Durastante Fabio, dr. MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE
Junior researcher at University of Pisa, Italy. He earned his PhD in Computer Science and Mathematics of Computation from University of Insubria in 2017. His main research interests are in Matrix Computations and Numerical Linear Algebra techniques for the solution of problems coming from the discretization of differential problems, and complex network analysis. Part of his research work deals with the construction of software and algorithms for the parallel solution large-scale problems. For more details visit his personal webpage.
Filippone Salvatore, dr. MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE
Assistant professor at the Department of Civil and Computer Engineering, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". He holds an MSc in Electronics Engineering and a PhD in Mathematics, both from the University of Rome Tor Vergata. His main research interests lie in the field of programming tools and mathematical software for High Performance Computing. He has workd for IBM Co. and has been a Lecturer at Cranfield University (UK). For more details please visit his personal web page.
Lu Yen-Sen, dr. WEATHER FORECASTING
Postdoctoral Researcher in Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany, hold a PhD in Meteorology from the Universität Bonn (Germany). A scientific programmer with enthusiasm in the earth system science. Specializing in land-atmosphere interaction, hydrogeology, numerical modelling and scientific programming. More details please find in https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yen-Sen-Lu.
Pecchia Alessandro, dr. MATERIALS
Senior Researcher at the Italian Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and works in the Institute for Studies of Nanostructured Materials. He got the degree in Physics at the University of Trieste and the PhD in Electronics Engineering at the University of Leeds (UK). He is carrying research on the optoelectronics and transport properties of nanomaterials. He is contributing to the development of several tools such as TiberCAD, dftb+ and he is the main developer of the libNEGF code for quantum transport calculations at the nanoscale. Scholar Page
Wolniewicz Paweł, dr. SAAS PORTAL
Researcher in PSNC (Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center). He graduated from Poznań University of Technology, received M.Sc. in computer Science and defended his Ph.D. thesis in computer science at the Institute of Computing Science. His research interests include Grids, distributed environments and scheduling.