Hi, I'm Pascal Grosset, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Pascal Grosset is a scientist in the Data Science at Scale team at Los Alamos National Laboratory. His primary research interests are large-scale data analysis and visualization, workflows, and data reduction. He received his Ph.D. in Computing: Graphics and Visualization from the University of Utah in 2016 where his research focused on large scale visualization.
My CV is available here.
I am from Mauritius, a small island off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. This is where I grew up and did my bachelor's in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Mauritius. I then moved to England for one year for a master's in Computer Graphics at the University of Teesside. After working for several years as a lecturer at the University of Mauritius, I finally decided to do a Ph.D., and thanks to the International Science and Technology Fulbright program, I'm now in the U.S. where I did a doctorate in Computing: Graphics and Visualization at the University of Utah with Professor Charles Hansen.
In my spare time, I like rock climbing and snowboarding.