Cristian Ramon Cortes

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Cristián Ramón-Cortés Vilarrodona is a PhD Student for the Computer Architecture Department (DAC - UPC) working in collaboration with the Workflows and Distributed Computing group (WDC) at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC). He holds a MSc. on Research and Innovation in Informatics - High Performance Computing (MIRI - HPC, 2017), an Engineering Degree on Computer Science (FIB, 2014), an Engineering Degree on Industrial Engineering (ETSEIB, 2014), and a Double BSc. Diploma (CFIS, 2014) from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC).

From 2011 to the end of 2013, he worked as a teacher in a study consultancy. In 2014 he joined to the Grid Computing group at BSC as a Resident Student. Since the beginning of 2016 to May 2017, he worked as a Junior Developer in Workflows and Distributed Computing group (WDC). Currently, he holds a PhD Student grant from the Spanish Ministry to work in collaboration with the same group.

During his career at the BSC, he has contributed in the design and development of different tools and programming models for HPC in distributed platforms, such as COMPSs, PyCOMPSs, and PMES. His current research interests are focused on Programming Models and Frameworks for Analytic, Streaming, and HPC workflows in distributed computing platforms.