Dr Nick Brown is a data architect at EPCC with research interests in parallel programming language design, compilers and runtimes. He has worked on a number of large scale parallel codes including developing MONC, an atmospheric model used by the UK climate & weather communities which involves novel in-situ data analytics. He is also interested in micro-core architectures developing ePython, a very small memory footprint Python interpreter with parallel extensions, for many core, low memory chips. Nick is a course organiser on EPCC's MSc in HPC course, as well as supervising MSc and PhD students.
Programming Models & Languages
Scientific Software Development