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Christoph Niethammer

Christoph Niethammer is a senior researcher at HLRS. Currently, his main acivities are related to MPI and performance optimization of applications. He also lectures on various HPC related topics.


Prof. Dr. Philipp Neumann

Philipp Neumann holds the chair for high performance computing at HSU. A particular research focus of his group is the development of massively parallel simulation software for molecular-continuum flows. Since 2022, the HPC group at HSU operates the PetaFLOP-capable HPC cluster HSUper.

JP Dr.-Ing. Simon Stephan

Simon Stephan is assistant professor for molecular thermodynamics at RPTU Kaiserslautern. He has a PhD in process engineering and has worked for around 10 years in molecular thermodynamics and molecular simulation using in particular molecular dynamics simulation.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jadran Vrabec

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jadran Vrabec is head of the Thermodynamics Department at the Institute of Process Engineering at the Technical University of Berlin (TUB).

Samuel Newcome

Samuel Newcome, M.Sc., is a doctoral candidate in Computer Science at TUM. He is working in the particle simulation research group which primarily develop the auto-tuning particle simulation library AutoPas and aim to provide optimal node-level algorithm selection for simulation codes ranging from Molecular Dynamics to Space Debris.

Patrick Gralka

Patrick Gralka, M.Sc., is a research assistant at the University of Stuttgart (VISUS). His research interests include visualization of large atomistic data, scalable rendering methods for scientific data, and visualization software design.

Dr. Guido Reina

Guido Reina is a research associate at the University of Stuttgart (VISUS), where he also obtained his Ph.D. in visualization. His research interests include visualization of large data, parallel methods, and visualization software design.

Fabian Löhr

Fabian Löhr manages the R&D projects at wind.CORES and wants to drive sustainability in the IT industry. He studied industrial engineering with a focus on thermodynamics and energy technology in Paderborn.