Research / Extreme-scale Data Computing

Bartosz Balis

Senior PostDoc in Extreme-scale Data and Computing

He is an associate professor at the Institute of Computer Science of the AGH University of Science and Technology, and a Senior Postgraduate Researcher at the Sano Centre for Computational Medicine. He is also a member of the CERN ALICE experiment. A graduate of AGH and Jagiellonian University, he obtained his PhD and DSc (habilitation) in Computer Science from the AGH University. A co-author of over 60 international peer-reviewed scientific publications, including papers in high-ranked journals. His research interests include scientific workflows, data science, e-Science, cloud computing, and distributed computing. Dr Balis has been a member of conference program and organizing committees, including Euro-Par 2020 workshops (General Co-chair), HPCS 2018-19 (Tutorials Co-Chair), IEEE/ACM SC18 Birds of a Feather Planning Committee, IEEE/ACM SC16 Workshops Planning Committee. He has participated in national and EU-FP5/FP6/FP7/H2020 research projects CrossGrid, CoreGRID, K-Wf Grid, ViroLab, Gredia, UrbanFlood, PaaSage and WATERLINE.