Tobias Weinzierl holds a Chair in Computer Science at Durham University. He graduated from Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany, and completed his habilitation at TUM as well.
Tobias’ research orbits around fundamental algorithmic and implementation challenges that are omnipresent in scientific computing: data movement optimisation, the economic usage of bandwidth, memory and compute facilities, the clever orchestration of tasks, and so forth. Tobias applies his ideas primarily to multigrid methods, hyperbolic equation system solvers and particle methods, though the majority of his research is quite generic by nature. While his work focuses on fundamental algorithms from scientific computing and state-of-the-art mathematics, he always asks how to translate these into working, good code. Tobias’ research influences several open source projects which in turn are used in computational physics, earth sciences and engineering.
Full publication profile (Durham University database)
- Durham University webpage.
- Research Gate profile.
- Google Scholar profile.
- ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-6208-1841
Media & Press
- HPC Coding: The Power of L(o)osing Control (article on HPC Wire)
- Video from talk at IPAM 2018 meeting at UCL (LA)
- Video from the IXPG Russia 2017 meeting (Moscow)
- John Russell: ISC Workshop Tackles the Co-development Challenge, 2016
- Our ExaHyPE project on HPCWire, 2015
- Our ExaHyPE project on Inside HPC, 2015
- Sebastian Hanisch: alpha-Campus MAGAZIN: Informatik und Naturwissenschaften – Informatik an der Technischen Universität München; sent first on May 29, 2012 (brief interview)
- Päivi Brink: Particle Flows: Improving the computational efficiency by model comparisons, PRACE Digest 2012, pp. 24-25, 2012
- Christine Rüth: Die Rechenbeschleuniger, Faszination Forschung 08/2011, p. 74-79, 2011