June 17-21, 2012

Hamburg, Germany

Marc C. Wiedemann

Fulltime Research Associate, University of Hamburg

Marc C. Wiedemann is a computational researcher at the University of Hamburg and holds a diploma in physics (thesis in theoretical simulations and experimentell highest energy nonlinear optics on ultrashort fs timescales). His research focuses on the overall system analysis of parallel computing systems including I/O systems. For scientific institutes in Europe he excelled in Surface Science Analytics by optimizing instruments and methods for gaining an analytical insight to physical-chemical interaction systems. For that he accounted for the nominal transaction volume of the market leader in surface science in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finnland and Norway. From 2009 to 2011 he worked in the function of germany wide project management in a team renewing all weather radar systems with networked controlling servers from Hohenpeißenberg in the Alps to Warnemünde at the baltic sea.

Contributions: Research Paper Session 2
Towards I/O Analysis of HPC Systems & a Generic Architecture to Collect Access Patterns
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