Arman oversees projects related to the development of new services and process improvements that support computational research. He leads high performance computing support for computational research that can include trainings, consultations, workflow migration, and facilitation of storage and computing needs. Prior to joining Research Computing Services at Northwestern, he served as an Assistant Professor at the California State University, Los Angeles, where he initiated and renovated research and teaching laboratories, engaged in institutional services and committees, and expanded the university’s research in the field of granular material, multibody dynamics, robotics, and partitioned and unified fluid-solid interaction models. Arman received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
HPC Training and Education