DescriptionThis course is an introduction to Scientific Computing and Linux. As Linux is the platform of choice for Scientific Computing, the course will introduce Linux from diverse aspects of Scientific Computing. 1-Science Day : Alain Clo, Research Computing David Keyes, Extreme Computing Georgiy Stenchikov, Environmental Sciences Antonio Attili, Clean Combustion Center Ravi Samtaney, Mechanical Sciences Luca Passone, Earth Sciences Mousumi UpadhyayKahaly, Materials Sciences Luigi Cavallo, Catalysis Center 2-HPC Day - Modelling Tools and High Performance Computing Alain Clo, Research Computing Imed Chihi, RED HAT Santiago Ganis, ARAMCO 3-Visualization Day Daniel Acevedo, Visualization Lab Badr Harb, ARAMCO 4-Linux Desktop for Researchers Edrisse Chermak, Catalysis Center Waleed Harbi, Research Computing
from HPC - Research Computing to Economic Development in Saudi Arabia Current : Computational Scientist at Research Computing at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Previous : as a Sales Development Director at Sun Microsystems, Convex and Kendall Square Research as an HPC Specialist at INRIA as a Geophysicist at Schlumberger and Total Education Post Msc : Specialization, Geophysics and Parallel Computing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Edrisse is a postdoctoral researcher at Kaust Catalysis Center (KCC). Before joining KAUST he completed his Msc. and Ph.d at University Paris 6 in France.
Holding MSc Computer Science - University of Hertfordshire, Unix/Linux Research System Specialist whom worked in IT industry more than 10+ years. He worked for the following companies in Saudi Arabia market: KAUST (current), Red Hat, Saudi Aramco, Etihad Atheeb WiMax Telecom (GO),IBM/SBM, King Abdulaziz University, and ICC Solutions. Specialties: Software Engineering, Open Source fan, Linux/Unix: Administration, Monitoring, HPC, Clustering, High Availability, Desktop, Virtualization, Scripting languages, Storage, Security,Technology Entrepreneur, and Engineering leadership.
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