The application experts typically provide user support in their area of expertise. The support ranges from answering questions on running specific calculations and installation of new software to more advanced support, for example:
Send support requests to , also see getting help on what information to include for fast handling.
Advanced user support can also be provided in form of short- or long-term projects involving application experts, decided on a case for case basis depending on available expertise and time. This can range from e.g. 2 weeks benchmarking to 1 year of parallelizing and optimizing a code. Contact for further information.
Here below is a list of the current application experts at NSC and their respective fields and background. A non-exhaustive list of expertise in different software is also shown. For a more detailed description on expertise and involvement in projects, click on the name for a link to the SNIC knowledge base.
|Name||Field||Background||Example of expertise|
|Chandan Basu||Computational science||PhD in Computational Physics||MPI/OpenMP, C/Fortran, TAU|
|Joel Hedlund||Bioinformatics||Phd in Bioinformatics 2010||Python, HMMER, MSA|
|Soon-Heum Ko||Computational fluid dynamics||PhD in 2008||MPI/OpenMP, Fortran/C/C++, DDT|
(Blog covering VASP and other codes)
|Computational materials science||PhD in Physics 2009||VASP, Abinit, QE, Python|
|Weine Olovsson||Computational materials science||PhD in Physics 2005||WIEN2k, Greens, exciting|
|Johan Raber||Computational Chemistry||PhD in Biophysics 2007||Gaussian, NWChem, R|
|Torben Rasmussen||Computational Chemistry||PhD in 2001||Gaussian, Jaguar|
|Hamish Struthers||Climate research||PhD in Chemical physics||EC-earth, CESM1, NorESM, NSCL|
Further expertise in other areas and applications is also available from application experts at other SNIC-centers in Sweden, see the SNIC knowledge base list of application experts.