Tim Jammer is a PhD candidate at the Institute for Scientific Computing at Technical University of Darmstadt.
He received his Bachelor and Master degree from the University of Hamburg, while also working as a student research assistant at the DKRZ.
His research interests are mainly in parallel and high performance computing with a particular focus on compiler-based analysis and rewriting tools for the efficient use of MPI.
He is one of the authors and main contributors of the MPI correctness benchmark suite MPI-CorrBench, as well as other MPI-related tools that can be found at
In addition to his research position, he is a staff member at the Hessian Competence Center for High Performance Computing (, providing user support and regular training courses for Hessian HPC users.
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