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    WORKSHOP "HPC UD ‘17”.

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    La serie de talleres sobre programación paralela y de alto desempeño, ofrecidos por la universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas tienen como objetivo proporcionar una introducción completa y práctica a técnicas y tecnologías de programación y optimización en computación paralela basadas en estándares y marcos abiertos con el fin de utilizar totalmente las capacidades de escalamiento…

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WORKSHOP "HPC UD ‘17”

Miércoles, 19 Julio 2017 15:45

Dr. Pedro Mario Cruz e Silva

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Pedro Mário Cruz e Silva did his Bachelor in Mathematics (1995), and Master in Science (MSc) in Combinatorial Optimization (1998) at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), he also did his Doctoral (DSc) in Computer Graphics (2004)  at Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). Worked for 15 years at Tecgraf Institute/PUC-Rio as a Researcher, Project Manager and for 8 years as Manager of Computational Geophysics Group, during this period was responsible for several Software Development and R&D projects for Geophysics, and other fields of the Oil&Gas industry, with strong focus on innovation. Has more than 10 years' experience with Agile Methodologies for Software Development,  including Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). He also finished a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) in 2015 at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV/RJ). As a volunteer project he is member of the main board of The Brazilian Geophysical Society (SBGf) as the Secretary of Publications. Recently joined the NVIDIA team as a Solution Architect for Latin America with special interest for Deep Learning applications for Oil&Gas industry.

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