Matteo Turilli

Contact

matteo.turilli@rutgers.edu
CoRE 713


Bio

Matteo is an Assistant Research Professor at Rutgers University. Before moving to Rutgers, he was the Chair of the EGI-InSPIRE Task on Federation of Clouds and Senior Research Associate at the Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, UK.

Matteo’s research interests span several domains, including Distributed Computing, Formal Methods, and Computer Ethics. Currently, his research focuses on design and development of Cyberinfrastructures, including federation and selection of resources, and strategies for the execution of domain-specific scientific workflows.

Matteo is the co-PI of the http://radical.rutgers.edu/ and an investigator of the https://github.com/radical-cybertools. In this capacity, he led the design and development of https://github.com/radical-cybertools/radical.analytics, contributed to design https://github.com/radical-cybertools/radical.pilot, and supervised the design and development of the https://github.com/radical-cybertools/radical.entk.

Matteo is Senior Scientist for several projects funded by multiple NSF and US Department of Energy (DoE) awards. In this capacity, he contributes to support the research of diverse scientific domains, including earth and climate science, molecular dynamics, and a wide range of physics.

Matteo supervises both Masters and PhD students, managing the day-to-day operations of RADICAL and of its software development projects. He welcomes applications from exceptionally driven, national and international students, willing to contribute to the field of Distributed Computing both with software development and foundational research.

Away from work, Matteo enjoys cooking, photography and many outdoor activities including running, hiking and climbing.