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Morris Riedel

Morris Riedel, PhD
Department of Engineering and Natural Sciences
University of Iceland, Iceland

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Dr. Morris Riedel is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences of the University of Iceland. Morris Riedel received his PhD from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and started the work in parallel and distributed systems in the field of scientific visualization and computational steering of e-science applications on large-scale HPC resources. Morris Riedel previously held various positions at the Juelich Supercomputing Centre in Germany. At this institute, he is also the head of a specific scientific research group focussed on “High Productivity Data Processing” as part of the Federated Systems and Data Division. Lectures given in universities such as the University of Iceland, University of Applied Sciences of Cologne and University of Technology Aachen (RWTH Aachen) include 'High Performance Computing & Big Data', Statistical Data Mining', ‘Handling of large datasets’ and ‘Scientific and Grid computing’.

Research Interest

Morris Riedel current research focusses on high productivity processing of big data in the context of scientific computing applications.Morris Riedel research interests also include IT Infrastructures,IT Architecture & Design,Scientific Computing,e-Science applications,Computational simulations,Cross-disciplinary scientific applications,Interoperability applications of HPC, HTC, and big data,High productivity processing around large-scale datasets and Big data analytics, analysis, methods, and tools.


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