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AYSE FERHAN 
YESIL

I am a Postdoc at ECPS. I am a computational statistical physicist. I am currently working on understanding the mechanism behind the formation of  Jovian belts.

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ALESSIA
FERRARO

I am a Ph.D. student at the EPFL in computational fluid dynamics.

I am interested in Polymer solutions and viscoelastic flow.

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MIRKO
FARANO

I am Postdoc at EPFL in computational fluid dynamics.

I am interested in nonlinear optimization, parallel computing and scientific algorithm design.

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HECKE
DEGERING

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JOHN
GIBSON

Associate Professor, Mathematics & Statistics, University of New Hampshire.

Interests: dynamical-systems approaches to turbulence and scientific computation.

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MASSIMILIANO
CULPO

I am a mathematician turned Software Developer, with too much exposure to the HPC world. Fond of CI, testing and build automation because of immune response. Experienced C++ and Python programmer. Part of the EPFL-SCITAS team.

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FLORIAN
REETZ

I am a Ph.D. student at the EPFL

I use Channelflow to study pattern formation in weakly turbulent shear flows. Such patterns emerge in large domains and need high performance computing.

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SIMON
SCH​ÜTZ

Both Physicist and Computer Scientist by training, I’m interested in writing readable, tested, and validated scientific code. Experienced in implementing highly parallel CFD algorithms in C++, CUDA and Python.

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SAJJAD
AZIMI

I am a Ph.D. student at ECPS, interested in software engineering and computational physics. I develop and use Channelflow to study boundary layer flows.

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SAJJAD
AZIMI

I am a Ph.D. student at ECPS, interested in software engineering and computational physics. I develop and use Channelflow to study boundary layer flows.

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TOBIAS
SCHNEIDER

I am an assistant professor at EPFL and I direct the ECPS lab. We are interested in nonlinear mechanics including turbulent flows and shell elasticity.

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TOBIAS
KREILOS

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