About me

I am a (Scientific) Software Engineer for the CliMA project at Caltech in Pasadena (CA). At CliMA, we develop robust and accurate open-source models for climate modeling in Julia. I design and implement reliable and user-friendly software solutions to empower researchers to push the state-of-the-art in climate modeling.

Before taking this role, I completed my PhD in computational astrophysics at the Astronomy Department at The University of Arizona in Tucson (AZ), where I was a NASA Future Investigator for Space Sciences. I worked with Vasilis Paschalidis on various topics in gravitational physics. I used and extended the Einstein Toolkit to perform dynamical-spacetime simulations. My PhD was awarded the 2024 Nicholas Metropolis Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Work in Computational Physics. You can find more details about me in the More about me page, and more about my past Research page.

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Contact me

Office 207, 1200 E California Blvd, M/C 221 C1, Pasadena, CA, 91101

Email: gbozzola@caltech.edu

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Last website update: 02 October 2023