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Kevin Gott is a NESAP Application Performance Specialist working in the User Engagement group (UEG) at The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), where he is using his experiences as a HPC scientist and supercomputer user to better tailor the NERSC experience, resources and collaborative outreach for the broader scientific community. He continues his scientific research in collaboration with AMReX, the ECP-funded block-structured AMR software framework, with a focus on algorithmic design, network performance and next-generation load balancing strategies targeting Department of Energy GPU supercomputer architectures. Kevin graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with an MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering, where his focus was computational fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics using finite-volume, Monte Carlo and first-principles techniques.
Birds of a Feather
ACM Gordon Bell Finalist
Pushing the Frontier in the Design of Laser-Based Electron Accelerators with Groundbreaking Mesh-Refined Particle-In-Cell Simulations on Exascale-Class Supercomputers
HPC Training and Education