Petros Koumoutsakos


Chair for Computational Science


Petros Koumoutsakos  has received an education in Naval Architecture (NTUA Athens, U.of Michigan), Aeronautics  and Applied Mathematics (Caltech).  He has conducted post-doctoral studies at the Center for Parallel  Computing at Caltech and at the Center for Turbulent Research at Stanford University and NASA Ames.  He was appointed as Chair for Computational Science at ETH Zurich in 2000. Petros is elected Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the American Physical Society (APS), the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the Collegium Helveticum. He has held visiting fellow positions at Caltech, the University or Tokyo, MIT and the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study at Harvard University.  He is  recipient  the Advanced Investigator Award by the European Research Council and led the team that won the ACM Gordon Bell prize in Supercomputing (2013). His team researches the how and what of computing as applied to problems ranging from fish swimming to nanotechnology and medicine. 



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