Difference between revisions of "User:Joachim Hein (LUNARC)"
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* Working at Lunarc, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)  * Working at Lunarc, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)  
* Researcher MathematicNF, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)  * Researcher MathematicNF, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)  
−  *  +  * Worked at [http://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk EPCC], [http://www.ed.ac.uk The University of Edinburgh], from 2002 until 2013 
* Doctorate in theoretical Physics (Lattice quantum field theory), Hamburg University, Germany, 1996  * Doctorate in theoretical Physics (Lattice quantum field theory), Hamburg University, Germany, 1996  
−  * Application areas and applications worked on include: Lattice quantum field theory, Biomolecular systems (Applications: NAMD, [[Gromacs]]), Computational plasma physics (Applications: Centori, GS2, GEM), Computational chemistry (Applications: [[Siesta]], Castep, CP2K, [[GPAW]], [[Molsim]]), Computational fluid dynamics (  +  * Application areas and applications worked on include: Lattice quantum field theory, Biomolecular systems (Applications: [[NAMD]], [[LAMMPS]], [[Gromacs]]), Computational plasma physics (Applications: Centori, GS2, GEM), Computational chemistry (Applications: [[Siesta]], Castep, CP2K, [[GPAW]], [[Molsim]]), Computational fluid dynamics (Applications: EBL3, [[OpenFOAM]], [[Pencil]]) 
* Provision of HPC training courses, in particular parallel programming ([[MPI]], [[OpenMP]])  * Provision of HPC training courses, in particular parallel programming ([[MPI]], [[OpenMP]])  
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Joachim Hein (LUNARC)
Application expert in Parallel programming, Performance optimisation, 85% full time equivalent, financed by SNIC, PRACE

Quick facts
 Working at Lunarc, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)
 Researcher MathematicNF, Lund University, since 2010 (part time)
 Worked at EPCC, The University of Edinburgh, from 2002 until 2013
 Doctorate in theoretical Physics (Lattice quantum field theory), Hamburg University, Germany, 1996
 Application areas and applications worked on include: Lattice quantum field theory, Biomolecular systems (Applications: NAMD, LAMMPS, Gromacs), Computational plasma physics (Applications: Centori, GS2, GEM), Computational chemistry (Applications: Siesta, Castep, CP2K, GPAW, Molsim), Computational fluid dynamics (Applications: EBL3, OpenFOAM, Pencil)
 Provision of HPC training courses, in particular parallel programming (MPI, OpenMP)