Cris Cecka

Cris Cecka, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist
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Cris Cecka joined NVIDIA Research in 2015 to combine and deploy his interests in developing advanced numerical algorithms and software. Previously, Cris worked at the new Institute for Applied Computational Science at Harvard University as a lecturer and research scientist, where he developed courses on parallel computing and robust software development for scientific computing. He also worked in the Mathematics Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a research associate, where focused on developing and applying integral equation methods and generalized N-body problems using hierarchical methods. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in computational and mathematical engineering in 2011.

Research Interests:


Structured dense matrices and generalized N-body problems.

Heirarchical methods for structured matrix factorization.

Tensor multilinear algebra.

High performance computing.

Advanced C++ software development.