Walter Lioen at CWI

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My job at CWI

I was a scientific programmer at CWI from April 1, 1985 until December 1, 2001. CWI, or Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica in full, is the national research institute for mathematics and computer science in the Netherlands.


Up to and including December 1996, CWI's scientific research was subdivided into six departments and I was working in the Numerical Mathematics department. As of January 1997, CWI's scientific research is organized in four clusters of related themes running several projects and until December 1999 I was a member of the Modeling, Analysis and Simulation (MAS) cluster, where I worked on numerical as well as number theoretical problems. I tried to adapt existing algorithms or design new algorithms and implemented them on parallel and/or vector computers. I also worked on clusters of workstations using PVM, the Parallel Virtual Machine.

As of January 1, 2000 I was member of the Theme Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery.


List of publications

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