Profile summary

Key skills

• High Performance Computing

• Working in complex codebases

• C++, Fortran

• Optimizing Parallel Software

Victor Azizi, MSc

eScience Research Engineer

Profile summary

Key skills

High Performance Computing

Working in complex codebases

C++, Fortran

Optimizing Parallel Software

Victor is a research engineer who loves to solve complex modelling problems and get the best performance possible. He previously worked as a scientific programmer at the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Computational  Science Lab where he maintained and developed HemoCell and HemoCell2D, which is software for  simulating blood flows (hemocell.eu) that runs on HPC machines. As developer of these codes, he open-sourced them and made sure they could be used by research groups.

Victor completed his Bachelor's in Computer  Science at the University of Amsterdam in 2014. In 2016, he obtained his Master's in Computational Science from the same University.

Victor is currently working on the "Scalable High-Fidelity Simulations of Reacting Multiphase Flows at Transcritical Pressure" project, in which he is looking for ways to improve the load balancing and performance of the code on HPC machines.

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