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==Main Interests==
==Main Interests==
My research interests include strongly correlated systems, looking for rectification effects in Mott insulators-like junction, and the Hopf-flow approach for  statistical analysis of geophysical fluid dynamics.
My research interests include strongly correlated systems, looking for rectification effects in Mott insulators-like junction, queue theory and Markov processes as applied to logic devices modeling  and the Hopf-flow approach for  statistical analysis of geophysical fluid dynamics.


==Expertise==
==Expertise==
Realibility analysis in logic devices, optics design, parallel/ high performance computing in MPI, openCL, CUDA, posix/pthreads, C++ and Python. European law.
Realiability analysis in logic devices, optics design, parallel/ high performance computing in MPI, openCL, CUDA, posix/pthreads. I prefer C or C++ but I program in other languages as well. Physics. European law.


==Expectations==
==Expectations==

Latest revision as of 04:58, 15 May 2010

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I am currently a PhD student in Physics at Brown University. I have a JD from Babes-Bolyai University Law School, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and a BS in Physics from the same university.

Main Interests

My research interests include strongly correlated systems, looking for rectification effects in Mott insulators-like junction, queue theory and Markov processes as applied to logic devices modeling and the Hopf-flow approach for statistical analysis of geophysical fluid dynamics.

Expertise

Realiability analysis in logic devices, optics design, parallel/ high performance computing in MPI, openCL, CUDA, posix/pthreads. I prefer C or C++ but I program in other languages as well. Physics. European law.

Expectations

I am looking forward to learning more about complex systems and meet new people.

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