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CACDS Scientific Team Members

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Amit Amritkar, Ph.D., M.S.
Ph.D. Virginia 2013; HPC Specialist
Heat Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Discrete Element Method, Multi-phase flows, Applied Mathematics, Sparse Linear Algebra, Preconditioners, High Performance Computing.
205N MREB
713-743-7547
aramritk@central.uh.edu
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Jerry Ebalunode, Ph.D.
Ph.D. University of Houston 2005; Senior Researcher
Bioinformatics, bionanotechnology, chemoinformatics, computer-aided molecular design, computer vision, high performance computing & visualization, machine learning, molecular dynamics simulations and structural biology.
205M MREB
713-743-1755
jebalunode@uh.edu
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Pablo Guillen Rondon, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Polytechnic University of Catalonia, 2002; Research Assistant Professor
Applied Mathematics and Computation, Biomedical Engineering,   High Performance Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Oil & Gas Reservoir Simulation, Machine Learning and Data Mining Applied to Geophysics and Biomedical Systems, Signals and Images Processing, Visualization
205L MREB
713-743-3557
pgrondon@uh.edu
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Martin Huarte-Espinosa, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Cambridge, UK, 2010; HPC Specialist
Parallel algorithms to model, analyze and visualize data from simulations of different domain applications. Applications to answer topical questions in high energy density laboratory experiments & astrophysics, directly related to The National Radio Astronomy Observatory, The Hubble Space Telescope, Pulse Power & Laser Laboratories, and others. Highlights include adaptive-mesh-refinement, plasma dynamics, transformation of magnetic energy into other forms.
205J MREB
713-743-6337
mhuartee@central.uh.edu
NASA Astrophysics Data System, LinkedIn

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Peggy Lindner, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2007; Research Assistant Professor
Management and Analysis of large scale datasets with specific focus on health, environment & the financial sector, Research Data Sharing, Data Visualization with a focus on web based visualization tools, Digital Humanities with a focus on the interaction of Science & Humanities, Development of Real-Time data analysis workflows, Distributed Computing in heterogeneous environments and integration with data analytics platforms
205P MREB
713-743-4581
plindner@uh.edu
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Penghzi Zhang, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Houston, 2016; HPC Specialist
Biophysics, Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Coarse-grained Modelling of Biomolecules, Free Energy Calculations, Development of Polarizable Forcefields for Biomolecules, OpenACC, High Performance Computing.
205K MREB
713-743-6443
pzhang8@uh.edu
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