Hans Henrik Brandenborg Sørensen

Hans Henrik Brandenborg Sørensen

HPC Specialist

Richard Petersens Plads, Building 324, Room 280

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45253003

Mobile: 41424278

Hans Henrik is a HPC Specialist at the DTU Computing Centre @ DTU Compute and works on large-scale scientific computing for GPUs. His work is mainly focused on developing techniques and numerical methods to achieve optimal performance of scientific applications running on consumer graphics cards. In addition, he is responsible for establishing a network of industrial and academic partners with interests in GPU calculations, as a platform for exchanging knowledge, training, collaboration etc. Hans Henrik has a PhD degree (April 2008) in Scientific Computing from DTU Informatics and a MSc degree (Oktober 2004) in theoretical physics and computer science from the University of Aarhus.

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Education

1992 - 1995 BSc studies, Physics and Computer Science - Aarhus University
2002 - 2004 MSc, Physics - Aarhus University
2005 - 2008 PhD studies, Scientific Computing - Technical University of Denmark

Academic grades

M. Sc.

Professional experience

1995 - 1997 Physics programmer - InterActiVision A/S
2000 - 2002 Systems Engineer - Systematic A/S
2004 - 2008 PhD stipendiat (IMM) - Technical University of Denmark, Informatics and Mathematical Modelling

Languages

Danish (fluent), English (fluent), German (fluent)

Expertise

As part of the NanoPar group (www.nanopar.dk) at DTU and Copenhagen University PhD student Hans Henrik Sørensen has been developing new parallel algorithms for the calculation of electron transport in nanostructures within a Density Functional Theory (DFT) framework. In particular, interest has been on exploring the possibility of applying iterative Krylov Subspace methods in order to reduce the expense of the DFT self-consistent loop.

International experience

Hans Henrik Sørensen has experience from scientific stays as a guest PhD fellow at the Earth Simulator Center, Tokyo, Japan and at the Institute for Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, NL.
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