Dr. Oscar Rubio
Linux Administrator and Data Scientist
I have broad experience in scientific research and computational physics, mathematical modeling and statistics. The mathematical modeling I am experienced with includes:
Black-Scholes Partial Differential Equations
Monte Calo Simulations
Time Serie Analysis (ARIMA, GARCH Models for High Frecuency Data)
Mainly, in the last two years I am used to program in Perl, Python and C/C++, I did learnt Fortran (F90) programing but not using a lot nowadays.
The codes I created are focused to run on supercomputers with parallel programing using OpemMP and/or MPI under Linux (RedHat/CentOS/Fedora) systems, Linux clusters and High Performance supercomputers. (with IBM AIX, or Linux Debian and Solaris)
For statistics, I mainly used Matlab / Octave and R program, but I try to
make everything I can in Python using NumPy as well.
From my time in the academia, I am author of several (+25) articles in the area of computational physics, and co-authors of one book chapters, several reports, many lecture material, and a few popular science articles. I have experience in different writing styles and addressing the publication to a diverse audience.
I speak fluent Swedish and Spanish
and have knowledge of Portuguese, Finnish and German.