Date: May 3rd, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: 201 Smith Hall

 

Dr. Ian Cosden, Manager of HPC Software Engineering and Performance Tuning in the Research Computing department at Princeton University, will be visiting us and giving a talk on May 3, 11:00 AM @ 201 Smith Hall.

Ian also holds a Bachelors degree from UD!

Stay tuned for details about his talk. In the meantime, here is Ian’s bio:

Ian Cosden is the Manager of HPC Software Engineering and Performance Tuning in the Research Computing department at Princeton University. He leads a team of Research Software Engineers (RSEs) who collectively complement traditional academic research groups by offering embedded, long-term software development expertise. He is the co-PI for the Framework for Integrated Research Software Training in High-Energy Physics (FIRST-HEP), an NSF supported project to develop a community framework for software training to prepare the scientific and engineering workforce needed for the computing challenges of HEP experiments. Prior to his current position, he has held roles as a Performance Tuning Analyst and Research Computing Software & Programming Analyst where he worked with researchers to help build, develop, debug, and optimize serial/parallel scientific codes. He has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania where he developed the first highly-parallel hybrid atomistic-continuum model for liquid-vapor phase change.