Timbwaoga Aime Judicael Ouermi (TAJO) is postdoctoral research associate at the scientific computing and imaging (SCI) institute under the mentorship of Dr. Chris Johnson.
TAJO received his bachelor's degree in Physics and Computer Science from the University of Oregon in 2016 and his Ph.D. in Computing from the University of Utah in 2022.
TAJO was advised by Dr. Martin Berzins and Dr. Mike Kirby for his Ph.D. dissertation and by Dr. Hank Child for his undergraduate thesis.
High-order methods and their applications to different computation problems
Computational methods for Inverse problems
High-performance computing techniques for scientific applications
Best paper award at CANDAR 17 (Nov. 17)
Travel scholarship award from University of Utah School of computing to the Richard Tapia conference (Sep. 2017)
Travel scholarship award to Tapia conference (Sep. 2016)
International Cultural Service Program Scholarship from University of Oregon (Sep. 2013)
HiPPIS: A High-Order Positivity-Preserving Mapping Software for Structured Meshes Ouermi, T.A.J. Kirby, R.M. and Berzins, M. (Manuscript Submitted) 2022
ENO-Based High-Order Data-Bounded and Constrained Positivity-Preserving Interpolation Ouermi, T.A.J., Kirby, R.M. and Berzins, M., Numerical Algorithms 2022 [PDF]
Numercial Testing of New Positivity-Preserving Interpolation Algorithm, T.A.J. Ouermi, R.M. kirby, M. Berzins In arXiv preprint 2020 arXiv:2009.08535. [PDF]
Performance Optimization Strategies for WRF Physics Schemes (WSM6) Used in Weather Modeling, T.A.J. Ouermi, Robert M. Kirby, Martin Berzins, in In International Journal Of Networking And Computing, 8(2),301-327.[PDF]
Optimization Strategies for WRF Single-Moment 6-Class Microphysics Scheme (WSM6) on Intel Microarchitectures , T.A.J. Ouermi, Aaron Knoll, Robert M. Kirby, Martin Berzins in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Computing and Networking 2017. [PDF]
OpenMP 4 Fortran Modernization of WSM6 for KNL, T.A.J. Ouermi, Aaron Knoll, Robert M. Kirby, Martin Berzins, Proceedings of the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017 on Sustainability, Success and Impact 2017.[PDF]
Performance Optimization Techniques for Accelerating WRF Physics Codes on Intel Micro-Architectures at IXPUG 2018, Intel Corporation Campus, Portland Oregon, USA, September 2018. [Slides]
Performance Optimization Techniques for Accelerating WRF Physics Codes on Intel Micro-architectures at The NCAR Multicore 8 Workshop, Boulder Colorado, USA Spetember 2018. [Slides]
Scalar Conservation Mapping in Physics Dynamics Coupling (PDC) at The ECMWF Third Workshop on Physics Dynamics Coupling (PDC18), Reading UK, July 2018. [Slides]
Optimization Strategies for WRF Single-Moment 6-Class Microphysics Scheme (WSM6) on Intel Microarchitectures at The Fifth International Symposium on Computing and Networking (CANDAR 17), Aomori Japan, November 2017. [Slides]
Optimization Strategies for WSM6 at IXPUG 2017, Univeristy of Texas Advanced Computing Center, Austin Texas, USA, Spetember 2017. [Slides]
Introduction to Scientific Computing (CS 3200) Spring 2018, University of Utah
Advance Scientific Computing I (CS 6210) Fall 2019, University of Utah