For more than a decade, I have been working in the area of high performance computing, scientific code development, parallel and distributed algorithms, and numerical simulations. I have worked with several outstanding research teams in Australia and the United Kingdom on the development of large scale simulation tools for personalized medicine. I am a co-founder of the k-Wave project ( Since the first beta release in 2010, k-Wave has rapidly become the de facto standard software in the field, with almost 10,000 registered users in 60 countries (from both academia and industry). The toolbox now underpins a wide range of international research in ultrasound and photoacoustics, ranging from the reconstruction of clinical photoacoustic images to fundamental studies into the design of ultrasound transducers.
Research Poster
HPC Accelerators
Parallel Applications
Performance Analysis and Optimization
Personalized Medicine