Vincent Keller

Vincent Keller received his Master degree in Computer Science from the University of Geneva (Switzerland) in 2004. From 2004 to 2005, he holds a full-time researcher position at the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG). He was involved in HUG on simulating blood flows in cerebral aneurysms using real geometries constructed from 3D X-rays tomography.

The numerical method used was Lattice-Boltzman Method (LBM). Vincent received his PhD degree in 2008 from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in the HPCN and HPC Grids fields. He developed a low-level application-oriented monitoring system (VAMOS) and the Resource Broker of the IANOS (Intelligent ApplicatioN-Oriented System) framework. Since 2009, Dr. Vincent Keller holds a full-time researcher position at University of Bonn in Germany. His research interests are in HPC applications analysis, Grid and cluster computing and energy efficiency of large computing ecosystems.