Meet the Team
Senior R&D Engineer
M.S. in Computer and Information Science
University of Oregon
B.E. in Information Technology
University of Pune
Abhishek Yenpure is a senior R&D engineer who works remotely on Kitware’s Scientific Computing Team. He helps design and develop scalable data analysis and visualization tools, as well as end-user tools for data analysis and visualization.
Prior to joining Kitware, Abhishek was a senior software engineer at eQ Technologic in India. He was responsible for developing ETL tools for various enterprise software, including Siemens Teamcenter and PTC Windchill.
Abhishek also worked as a research intern at several laboratories. During his time at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Abhishek helped identify existing performance bottlenecks and added parallel processing capabilities for particle advection in VAPOR. He also investigated advanced flow visualization algorithms for domain scientists: FTLE, Q-Criterion. He also spent time at Sandia National Laboratories, where he implemented high-performance, data-parallel, performance portable solutions to scientific visualization problems. Abhishek also interned at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. During his time there he focused on the implementation of advanced functionality to the particle advection module of the VTK-m library and tested various approaches of generating particle trajectories on a large scale for a performance study.
Abhishek is currently working towards his Ph.D. in computer and information science at the University of Oregon, which is where he received his master’s degree in the same field of study in 2018. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology from the University of Pune in 2013.
Top 10 IT Engineering Student, University of Pune, 2011 and 2013
Professional Associations & Service
Early Career Program Committee Member for In Situ Analysis and Visualization (ISAV) Workshop at the Supercomputing Conference, 2019-2021
External Reviewer for the In Situ Visualization for Computational Science Textbook, 2020
Student Volunteer at the Supercomputing Conference, 2019-2020