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Sam Curtis

About Me

I am a second-year Computer Science PhD student studying at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick. My supervisor is Gihan Mudalige. I work as part of the cross-collaborative ASiMoV project, with Rolls-Royce and several other University partners.

Research Interests

My current research focuses on coupling multi-physics codes together to form large computer simulations and using tools to analyse and improve performance. Particularly, I am interested in performance prediction, Mini-applications and performance optimisation. Within this area, I have extended a lightweight 'proxy' coupler, to model production coupled CFD and FEA simulations.


I have been a teaching assistant on the following modules:

For 2021/2022:

For 2020/2021:


My office is MB4.17, a shared space in the Mathematical Sciences Building. I am usually seated near the door as you enter.

At the moment I am mostly working from home but am happy to meet people on campus. If you wish to meet me, either in person or by video call, please send me an email.