Team

Andrey Vladimirov, Ph. D.

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Andrey Vladimirov, Ph. D., is the Head of HPC Research at Colfax International. His primary research interest is the application of modern computing technologies to computationally demanding scientific problems. Prior to joining Colfax, Andrey was involved in theoretical astrophysics research at the Ioffe Institute (Russia), North Carolina State University, and Stanford University (USA), where he studied cosmic rays, collisionless plasmas and the interstellar medium using computer simulations. All posts by this author…

Ryo Asai

Ryo Asai is a Researcher at Colfax International. He develops optimization methods for scientific applications targeting emerging parallel computing platforms, computing accelerators and interconnect technologies. His interests include data analytics and accelerated computing. Ryo holds a B.A. degree in Physics from University of California, Berkeley. All posts by this author…

Vishal Kasliwal, Ph. D.

Vishal Kasliwal, Ph. D. is a Researcher Engineer at Colfax International. Before joining Colfax, he worked on computational astrophysics projects at Drexel University. He has broad experience in scientific computing, statistical modeling and performance optimization for modern architectures in the C, C++, and Python languages, and is also proficient with the common toolchain of scientific computing and statistics, including IDL, MATLAB, and R. Vishal’s experience includes work on performance optimization of the software stack of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) and contributions to the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) time domain science development efforts.

Alaa Eltablawy

Alaa Eltablawy is an Intern at Colfax International. She holds an M. S. degree in electrical and computer engineering from George Washington University. At Colfax, Alaa works on the development and support of educational tools for high-performance computing, including benchmarks, exercises and automation. Her past experience includes code porting and optimization on modern parallel computers, data analysis and application software engineering. Articles by this author…

Sangamesh Ragate

Sangamesh Ragate is a research engineer at Colfax International. He earned an M. S. degree in computer engineering at the University of Tennessee Knoxville for his performance analysis research at the Innovative Computing Laboratory. Sangamesh’s contributions to the field include the development work on the PAPI (Performance API) tool. His interests include applied mathematics and optimizing numerical algorithms on modern parallel computing platforms using C, C++, Python, OpenMP and MPI. Articles by this author…