Gabor Zavodszky is an assistant professor of multi-scale computing at the University of Amsterdam and assistant professor at the Budapest University of Technology. His research focuses on designing and developing detailed high-performance computational models targeting cardiovascular challenges, including thrombotic and diabetic diseases. He maintains active interdisciplinary collaborations with several clinical institutes and experimental labs across Europe. He is currently co-PI and work package leader in CompBioMed2 (H2020) aggregating some of the leading HPC biomedical applications. He is coordinating the development of HemoCell (, the open-source high-performance cellular blood flow simulation framework, that is deployed in several HPC centers around the World. Recently, HemoCell has been successfully scaled up to 260.000 CPU cores. He is also PI in the National Brain Research Program, coordinating the development of medical device deployment simulations for endovascular aneurysm treatments which are currently being used as clinical decision making support tools in Hungary.
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