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Omar Awile is a PhD student at the MOSAIC group since November 2008. He is a Swiss citizen and was born in Bern in 1981.
From 2002 until 2008 he studied Computer Science at ETH Zurich and majored in Computational Science. Omar did his Master thesis in Prof. Ivo Sbalzarini's group and carried out this project at the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MedILS).
In 2006, Omar did a 5-month internship at the data analytics group of the IBM Tokyo Research Lab, exploring network link prediction algorithms with parametrizeable metrics. In 2007, he did a term project at the Radio Astronomy group of ETH Zurich to design and implement a the DiRaC distributed system that retrieves, preprocesses, archives, and visualizes data from a network of world-wide distributed radio telescopes observing the sun's radio activity. In 2008, Omar worked at IBM Japan, together with experts from the IBM Tokyo Research Lab and IBM Rational, to further develop methodologies and tools enabling model-driven systems development (MDSD).
In our group, Omar Awile is working on efficient, abstraction based middleware for large-scale parallel high-performance computing systems (the PPM Library). In particular, he is interested in rapid prototyping for HPC.
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