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David Eder is a Senior Computational Scientist in the Information Technology Services Department and Affiliate Graduate Faculty in the Physics and Astronomy Department at the University of Hawaii. He is a recognized leader in HPC applications contributing to 16 IEEE-SC tutorials. He was a pioneer in x-ray and short-pulse lasers and received the prestigious Alexander von Humbolt Award for a one-year research sabbatical at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany. More recently he explored the use of OpenMP to allow legacy Fortran codes to run on systems with GPUs. He led an effort to evaluate performance of hypersonic codes on emerging architectures. He is currently evaluating new computational approaches for ground water flow, impacts of rain on hypersonic vehicles, and modeling droplet targets heated by x-ray free electron lasers. He has over 100 publications and 4000 citations. He received a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Princeton University.
Directive Based Programming
Parallel Programming Languages and Models