Property:General activities

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This is a minimum-style description of what activities a person typically engages in in their designated role as described on this wiki (eg. application expert or systems expert). This should not be regarded as a daily blog of what the person is up to, but should rather list more general things, or larger projects.

This should be kept as short as possible; just a few words, not even a full sentence, but with leading capital letter and ending full stop character. It can also be set multiple times to specify multiple different activities, and if so, they should be listed in decreasing order of importance.

In some cases, the phrase "Application expert in FIELD" is sufficiently descriptive in itself, and if so this property should be left blank.

This property is of type: string.

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Software and usability for projects in digital humanities  +
Bioinformatics support and training, job efficiency monitoring, project management  +
Helps users with MATLAB, General programming, Image processing, Usage of clusters  +
Involved in PRACE 2IP-WP7.  +, National support for softwares used in materials science.  +
Training, general support  +
Support for geosciences, Matlab  +
Bioinformatics, containers, software installs at UPPMAX  +
EU projects IS-ENES and PRACE.  +, Working on climate and weather codes  +
Helps user with choice, installation, use, and writing of molecular simulation packages.  +
Compilation, performance optimization, and best practice usage of electronic structure codes.  +
I give advice to users regarding programming, compiling, debugging, optimizing, and parallelizing their code.  +
Various modification and analysis tool development  +
Installation and support of computational fluid dynamics software.  +
Users support focused on weather and climate codes.  +
Bioinformatics Application support  +
Organize a PhD course in CFD with OpenSource Software OpenFOAM. Organize OpenFOAM user group meetings. OpenFOAM installations.  +
HPC, Parallel programming  +
HPC training  +, Parallel programming support  +, Performance optimisation  +
materials theory, modeling of organic magnetic materials,  +
Coordinating SNIC Emerging Technologies  +, Developer of ARC Job Submission Tool  +, Grid user documentation  +,