Nahid Emad has received the Habilitation to Direct Research in computer science from university of Paris Saclay/Versailles in 2001, the PhD and MS in applied mathematics from Pierre et Marie Currie university (Sorbonne University) in 1989 and 1983 and BS from university of Arak (Iran) in 1980. She is Professor at University of Paris Saclay/Versailles and affiliated to Maison de la Simulation and LI-PARAD laboratories where she leads the Intensive Numerical Computation group. She has been scientific director of 20 PhD and HDR and has authored more than 100 articles in international journals, conferences, and books chapters. Her main research interests are in numerical algorithms, linear algebra, parallel and distributed programming methodology, software engineering for parallel and distributed numerical computing, and big data analytics.
Exascale Computing
Extreme Scale Computing
Heterogeneous Systems
Post-Moore Computing
Quantum Computing
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