Reuben Budiardja is a computational scientist in the National Center for Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He earned his doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee in computational astrophysics. He has broad research interests ranging from the development of large-scale astrophysics simulation code to investigate the mechanism of core-collapse supernovae to developing system tools to understand application motifs, usage, and performance on supercomputers. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with application scientists from various disciplines helping them to achieve their scientific objectives by exploiting supercomputing capabilities.
R&D Activities Contributions
Understanding HPC Applications for Evidence-based Co-design - Understanding the ORNL and DOE HPC application landscape is vitally important for the integration of heterogeneous computational architectures and exploration of future computing technologies. Currently,…