Dr. Hui Zhou is a software engineer at Argonne National Laboratory. He is the principal software developer for the MPICH projects. Before he joined Argonne in 2018, he worked as a computational physicist at National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he developed and maintained an in-house finite-difference-time-domain simulation software and researched in the area of hybrid metrology. He is still very interested in physics and science in general, but his current focus is to explore how to develop scientific software in a scalable and maintainable way.
Parallel Programming Languages and Models