Ricolindo L Carino (Ric) 
Ricolindo L (Ric)

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Grew up in the northern Philippines, attended a science high school, completed BSc degree in 3 years with honors. A PhD in computer science, specializing in parallel computing.

With several years experience as independent contractor, full-time research experience, and university teaching & administration experience. Proven ability to work with peers from other disciplines in collaborative research.

Created software tools currently used by colleagues working on national-priority projects, and software for enrollment planning currently used by university administrators in the Philippines.
Research Interest
Development of interactive and semi-automated calibration tools for material models. Dynamic load balancing in parallel applications.
Selected PublicationsTotal Publications:  64 
Dickel, D. E., Barrett, C. D., Carino, R.L., Baskes, M. I., & Horstemeyer, M. (2018). Mechanical Instabilities in the Modeling of Phase Transitions of Titanium. Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering. IOP. 26, 065002. DOI:10.1088/1361-651X/aac95d. [Document Site]

Carino, R.L., & Horstemeyer, M. (2016). Case Studies in Using MATLAB to Build Model Calibration Tools for Multiscale Modeling. In Jan Valdman (Ed.), Applications from Engineering with MATLAB Concepts, ISBN 978-953-51-2460-3, Print ISBN 978-953-51-2459-7. InTechOpen. 141-158. DOI:10.5772/62348. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Barrett, C. D., & Carino, R.L. (2016). The MEAM parameter calibration tool: an explicit methodology for hierarchical bridging between ab initio and atomistic scales. Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation. SpringerOpen. 5(9), 1-15. DOI:10.1186/s40192-016-0051-6. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Carino, R.L., & Banicescu, I. (2006). A Load Balancing Tool for Distributed Parallel Loops. Cluster Computing. Springer. 8(4), 313-321. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Banicescu, I., & Carino, R.L. (2005). Addressing the Stochastic Nature of Scientific Computations via Dynamic Loop Scheduling. Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis. Kent State University. 21, 68-80. [Abstract] [Document Site]