Lubomir Riha – principal code developer, Intel SW solutions expert
Research scientist at IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center. Previously he was a research scientist in High Performance Computing Lab at The George Washington University, ECE Department. He has received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic in 2011 and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Bowie State University, USA.
Tomas Brzobohaty – numerical analysis, FEM library, applications
Researcher at national supercomputing center IT4Innovations. His research interest include development of scalable algorithms for large-scale problems, research activities in the domain decomposition methods, structural mechanics, reliable solution of the nonlinear problems , mechanical contact problems, acoustic problems, heat transfer, fluid dynamics and fluid-structure interaction problems.
Alexandros Markopoulos – code developer, numerical analysis
Researcher at national supercomputing center IT4Innovations. He is interested in the fields such as finite element method, linear solvers, and linear algebra generally. He works on domain decomposition method for massive parallelization known as Hybrid TFETI.
Michal Merta – BEM library, Xeon Phi acceleration
Researcher at IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center. He is mainly interested in the parallel boundary element method (BEM). He is a co-founder of the library BEM4I that aims at parallel solution of problems from linear elasticity to sound scattering using BEM. Its acceleration using Intel® Xeon Phi™ is currently being implemented.Michal Merta was awarded Joseph Fourier Prize 2015 by Bull s.r.o. and Babuska Prize 2011 by Czech Society for Mechanics for his research.