Gustavo Rondina

Angestellt, Expert High-Performance Computing, Covestro Deutschland AG

Leverkusen, Germany

Skills

Softwareentwicklung
C++
C
Linux
Software Engineering
Softwareengineering
Software Development
Software Test
Softwaretesting
Software Testing
Scientific Programming
Numerical Simulation
Simulation
Computer Simulation
Computational Physics
Computational Chemistry
Quantum chemistry
Linux Server Administration
Linux-Systemadministration
Linux system administration
High Performance Computing
HPC
Parallel programming
Parallele Programmierung
Monte Carlo
Monte-Carlo Simulation
Monte Carlo Methoden
Cluster
Cluster Manager
Cluster-Management
Programming
Programmierung
Programming Languages
Scientific Writing
Scientific research
Research
Science
Presentation
Presentation Skills
Fortran
Perl
Python
Bash
Bash (Unix shell)
Shell Scripting
R
Java
Open Source
Open Source Software
Excellent written and verbal communicator
Git
GitHub
Subversion
SVN
CUDA
LaTeX
Physics
Computer Science
analytical skills
Technical writing
IT Technical Writing
Documentation
Technical Documentation
OOP
Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
Object Oriented Programming
Objektorientiertes Programmieren (OOP)
PhD
Doktorat
OpenMP
MPI
Native POSIX Thread Library
English Language
German language
Portuguese Language

Timeline

Professional experience for Gustavo Rondina

  • Current 4 years and 5 months, since Mar 2020

    Expert High-Performance Computing

    Covestro Deutschland AG

  • 4 years and 3 months, Mar 2015 - May 2019

    Research Associate

    Technische Universität Darmstadt

    PhD candidate at Institute of Chemistry of the Technische Universität Darmstadt, in Germany. Close to conclusion, immediate availability for a new position. This position allows me to leverage my experience in computer science and computational physics to tackle challenging and current problems in computational chemistry in general, and in molecular dynamics simulations in particular. The principal objects of my work are soft matter systems and their dynamical properties.

  • 3 years and 5 months, Nov 2015 - Mar 2019

    System Administrator

    Technische Universität Darmstadt

    System administrator of the in-house resources and HPC Linux clusters of the Theoretical Physical Chemistry Group. I was responsible for cluster maintenance & monitoring, setup of job submission systems using Slurm, torque and OpenPBS, compilation and installation of scientific software to support the research in the group, user support, among other tasks.

  • 3 years and 6 months, Apr 2015 - Sep 2018

    Graduate Teaching Assistant

    Technische Universität Darmstadt

    During four semesters I was responsible for the Quantum Chemistry portion of the exercise sessions within the graduate-level course Computer Applications to Chemistry. My tasks included developing quantum chemistry software to teach students, as well as preparing and applying exercises and projects, reviewing and grading reports, preparing and grading exams, presenting further details that were left out of the main lectures, etc.

  • 2 years and 9 months, Mar 2011 - Nov 2013

    Graduate Researcher

    University of Sao Paulo

    Graduate Researcher working on a project at USP with Dr. Juarez da Silva's group. I worked with global optimization algorithms applied to transition metal nanoparticles coupled with ab-initio methods in order to identify ground state structures.

  • 6 months, Mar 2013 - Aug 2013

    Technical Specialist

    University of Sao Paulo

    Main roles were in system administration and software engineerig. Position held at the Chemistry Institute of São Carlos (University of São Paulo) supported by a Technical Training Level 3 (TT-3) FAPESP Fellowship. My role in this project included providing assistance in computer cluster administration and writing analysis software for data generated in computational physics simulations.

  • 1 year, Mar 2010 - Feb 2011

    Research Assistant

    University of Sao Paulo

    Research assistant working on the field of computational condensed matter physics under supervision of Dr. Juarez L. F. Da Silva at the Institute of Physics of Sao Carlos, University of Sao Paulo. The main project was the characterization of structural, electronic, and energetic properties of ethanol, water, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen in gas phase using density functional theory.

  • 11 months, Feb 2009 - Dec 2009

    Research Assistant

    Technische Universität Darmstadt

    I worked at TU-Darmstadt with the group of Prof. Florian Müller-Plathe developing molecular dynamics simulation software in C, C++ and CUDA, aimed at running on massively parallel environments (NVIDIA GPUs).

  • 1 year and 1 month, Apr 2004 - Apr 2005

    Research Assistant

    Sao Paulo Science Foundation

    Undergraduate project focusing on software testing. The main goal was to assess the feasibility of applying structural software testing techniques to mobile code, i.e., code which is able to migrate back and forth between the nodes of a heterogeneous network environment.

Educational background for Gustavo Rondina

  • 7 years and 4 months, Mar 2015 - Jun 2022

    Computational Chemistry

    Technische Universität Darmstadt

    Specializing in Computational Chemistry and Molecular Simulations.

  • 2 years and 9 months, Mar 2011 - Nov 2013

    Applied Physics

    University of São Paulo

    My MSc dissertation and project at USP was supervised by Dr. rer. nat. Juarez L. F. da Silva within the Quantum Theory of Nanomaterials group (QTNano). During my tenure with Dr. Da Silva's group I worked with global optimization algorithms applied to atomic clusters and nanoparticles.

  • 2 years and 10 months, Mar 2006 - Dec 2008

    Computational Physics

    University of São Paulo

    Degree not pursued due to a chance of an internship abroad. Concluded over 1,700 hours of lectures in physics, mathematics and modelling.

  • 3 years and 11 months, Feb 2002 - Dec 2005

    Computer Science

    Euripedes University of Marilia - UNIVEM

    Final course project comprised the development of an automated instrumentation tool for software testing of code written in the Object Pascal programming language. Focus on Software Engineering.

Languages

  • English

    Fluent

  • German

    Basic

  • Portuguese

    First language

  • Spanish

    Intermediate

Interests

Playing the ancient game Go
Traveling
Reading classic Computer Science papers
Reisen
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