Alessandro Raolil received a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Lecce, Italy, in 2003. Currently he is researcher in the SCO (Scientific Computing and Operations) division of the Euro Mediterranean Center on Climate Changes (CMCC) for the development of an IT infrastructure for climate simulations.
In particular, he is member of the HSM (Hpc System Management) Staff. HSM activity is to ensure the operation of the High Performance Computing systems available at the CMCC Supercomputing Center and the full data life cycle management concerning the data produced by the CMCC researchers in national and international projects. The research group is also in charge of managing the network interconnection among the CMCC sites and defining proper data center IT security policies. HSM is also involved in development of advanced solutions for monitoring and resource usage optimization in High Performance Computing, which is the primary activity of Alessandro Raolil.
Moreover, other interests consists in the analysis of the data produced by numerical simulation codes, and in the design of images visualization systems, with particular attention to GrADS (Grid Analysis and Display System) and to the use and evolution of its scripting language. His research interests include High Performance Computing, Distributed and Green Computing.