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Cristiano Malossi received his B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering and his M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) in 2004 and 2007, respectively. After working one year on computational geology problems in collaboration with ENI, he moved to Switzerland where in 2012 he got his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), with a thesis focused on the development of algorithms and mathematical methods for the numerical simulation of cardiovascular problems. After winning the IBM Research Prize for his PhD thesis, in July 2013 Cristiano joined IBM Research - Zurich in the Foundations of Cognitive Solutions group. Cristiano is a recipient of the 2015 ACM Gordon Bell Prize and 2016 IPDPS Best Paper Award.
His main research interests include: High Performance Computing, Energy-Aware Algorithms and Architectures, Deep Neural Networks, Graph Analytics, Numerical Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aircraft Design, Computational Geology, and Cardiovascular Simulations.
2016 - IPDPS Best Paper Award
2015 - IBM Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award
2015 - ACM Gordon Bell Prize
2013 - IBM Research Prize for Computational Science (for the PhD thesis)
Research in the News:
Gordon Bell Prize Winners Simulate Earth's Mantle (IBM Systems Magazine - November 2016)
Data Centric Systems, la frontiera del supercalcolo (01net. 6 May 2016)
Trade talk: Serial solver (Nature Careers Q&A - 14 April 2016)
Finding job satisfaction in high performance computing (Naturejobs blog - 13 April 2016)
SC15 Gordon Bell Prize Winners (PR Newswire; IBM Blog; HPCWire - 20 November 2015)
Meet an IBM Researcher (IBM Blog - 6 November 2015)
IBM Research Prize for Computational Science (EPFL News - 10 October 2013)