High Performance Computing Specialist
- From April 2012: Application Developer at EPCC .
- October 2010 – April 2012: Research Assitant at Universitat Jaume I of Castellón TEXT Project.
Additional details in my LinkedIn profile
I am an Application Developer in the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC), where I am involved in a fast paced environment with several projects going on simultaneously.
My current focus is optimisation of Fortran codes and OpenMP implementations, with the aim to port legacy codes to new Peta- and Exascale platforms.
I cooperate with the High Performance Computing Group of La Laguna University, where I’ve been and I’m involved in different research projects, including COPABIB, COMPARHE and many others.
I was involved the TEXT (Towards Exascale Computing) project funded by the FP7 program of the European Union. My work was focused on porting the ScaLAPACK Cholesky factorization routine to Exascale platforms taking advantage of the hybrid MPI+SMPSs programming model.
I am interested in Python development, particularly in performance optimization of python codes. Software patterns
and Object Oriented programming are also hot topics for me.
Administration and tuning of Linux servers have been part of my daily routine, and a long time interest since I installed Linux on my computer 11 years ago.
For more than two years I lead a varying team of 4-9 interns in Software development and System administration tasks in University of La Laguna (See my CV for more information). I acquired great interest in Agile Development, Leadership skills and Time Management. Despite of being under high-pressure, I really enjoyed the experience, and I am looking forward for a similar oportunity in future.