User:Marzio Sala

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Biographical Sketch

Marzio Sala was born in Italy in 1974. He studied Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. His PhD thesis in Applied Mathematics is entitled "Domain Decomposition Preconditioners: Theoretical Properties, Application to the Compressible Euler Equations, Parallel Aspects", and was obtained in 2003 from EPFL. Then, he moved to Sandia National Laboratories, where he joined the Trilinos project, developing algebraic multigrid preconditioners, and studying programming technniques for mathematical applications. More details on the Complete Curriculum Vitæ.

Marzio's interests are focus on high-performance parallel computing and scientific computing in general. His CZ activities are related to:

  • Parallel Computing
  • Scientific Computing
  • Programming Languages

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