Giorgio Amati

Giorgio Amati

First level Technologist CINECA HPC Dept. Giorgio Amati is a first level technologist at CINECA, HPC Dept.
His research interests are High-Performance Computing, Benchmarking and technology scouting, code optimization and parallelization mainly in CFD Area. <

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Matteo Bernardini

Matteo Bernardini is an Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.  He received his Ph.D degree in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from the same university in 2010.

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Matt Bettencourt

Matt Bettencourt

Matt Bettencourt is currently a DevTech at NVIDIA, but is located in Bologna supporting the research conducted at the CINECA super computing center. He has over 25 years of HPC experience working through many different hardware paradigms.

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Luigi Capone

Luigi Capone

Luigi Capone is a senior manager at Leonardo SpA leading the digital transformation through Big Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computational Engineering.

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Mathieu Gontier

Mathieu Gontier works at AMD in the HPC Center of Excellence group as a Senior Field Support Manager. He is first focused on HPC and end-users, although his area of expertise is turned to advanced characterizations of real-world applications and performance modeling targeting AMD EPYC Processors and software enabling. 

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Fabrizio Magugliani

Fabrizio Magugliani

Fabrizio Magugliani, Project Manager. Fabrizio is involved in large-scale HPC projects, including the design and development of complex HW equipment and the integration of the SW ecosystem.

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Andrea di Mascio

Andrea di Mascio

Andrea di Mascio got a Ph.D. in “Theoretical and Applied Mechanics” –at University of Rome “Sapienza” . After hid PhD he spent 10 years as researcher at Istituto Nazionale per Studi ed Esperienze di Architettura Navale (Italian Ship Model Basin – INSEAN), Rome.

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Sergio Pirozzoli

Sergio Pirozzoli is full professor of Fluid Dynamics at Sapienza University of Rome. His research interests include numerical simulation of turbulent incompressible and compressible flows, and high-performance computing.

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Paolo Orlandi

Paolo Orlandi

Prof. Paolo Orlandi was born in Roma Jul. 11th 1944. Since 1985 he was Full Professor of Turbulence in the Facoltà di Ingegneria dell’ Università di Roma La Sapienza. He is fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) and member of the European Society of Mechanics (EUROMECH).

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Philipp Schlatter

Philipp Schlatter

Philipp Schlatter is Professor in Fluid Mechanics at the Department of Engineering Mechanics at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Alfredo Soldati

Transfer at TU Wien. Master and PhD degrees at the University of Pisa, he was research associate at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and then assistant, associate and full professor at the University of Udine (now part-time).

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Philippe Spalart

Philippe Spalart

Philippe Spalart studied Mathematics and Engineering in Paris, and obtained an Aerospace PhD at Stanford/NASA-Ames in 1982. Still at Ames, he conducted Direct Numerical Simulations of transitional and turbulent boundary layers.

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Ivan Spisso

Ivan Spisso

Ivan Spisso receive a Ph.D. from the University of Leicester (UK) in 2013, for the development of a prefactored high-order compact scheme for low-speed aeroacoustics.

During his stay at CINECA, he got 10 years of experience in the development, verification, validation, and production runs of CFD codes to be used in HPC environments, both for academic and industrial applications. 

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Roberto Verzicco

Roberto Verzicco is Professor in Fluid Dynamics at the University of Roma `Tor Vergata’ and at the Gran Sasso Science Institute of L’Aquila (Italy).
Since 2010 he is also part-time Professor at the University of Twente  (The Netherlands).

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Francesco Viola

francesco viola

Francesco Viola is Assistant Professor at Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) and in his research combines numerics, experiments and theory to rationalize Fluid Dynamics phenomena.

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