Gábor Závodszky

I’m an Assistant Professor at the Computational Science Lab of the University of Amsterdam, and an Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology.
My research focuses on high-performance computations in biomedicine, from modelling microfluidic essays to clinical challenges. Research and progress in this domain is defined by the interdisciplinary collaboration between computational scientists, experimentalists, and medical professionals. As such I maintain active links and ongoing cooperations with several clinical institutes and experimental groups across Europe. Much of my research is embedded in multiple H2020 projects with computational focus (as participant or co-PI), which provides me with overview and active connection to several of the top research groups in Europe developing in silico technologies.
Furthermore, I’m coordinating the development of HemoCell, the open-source state-of-the-art high-performance cellular blood flow simulation. This code was demonstrated to scale efficiently to over 320,000 cores, overcoming significant technological challenges in order to allow for cell-resolved blood flow modelling up to the organ level.

At a glance

At a glance.

Focus in keywords

High-performance computationBiomedical simulations
Load-balancingBlood rheology
Thrombus formationEnergy efficiency

Other interests