I work at the intersection of computing and physics. My background is in theoretical physics, with a Ph. D. in particle theory from the University of Chicago. I now work in scientific computing at Fermilab, where I head the Scientific Computing Division's Scientific Software Infrastructure department, managing a group of 18 developers and scientists. My technical work is in high performance computing and computational accelerator physics. I specialize in emerging technologies and massively parallel computations on supercomputers.
Although my current focus is on computing, I have unique experience in physics, having worked on all aspects of particle physics, including accelerators, experiments and theory.
Projects in my department
phone: +1 630 840-2430
physical mail: Fermilab P.O. Box 500 M.S. 234 Batavia, IL 60510 USA
- Synergia: a new platform for beam dynamics with multiple bunch interactions Presented at the 2017 American Physical Society April Meeting, January, 2017.
- High Performance Computing/Massively Parallel Computing Activities and Developments at FNAL: an Overview Presented at the 8th INtelligent, Fast, Interconnected and Efficient devices for Frontier Exploitation in Research and Industry (INFIERI) Workshop, October, 2016.
- Advancing Particle Accelerator Science with High Performance Computing Presented at Frontiers in Computing and Data Science, September, 2015.