About Me

A funny bio of me can be found at the PRACE Summer of HPC website.

Currently I am doing HPC stuff at Arctur.

I worked at EPCC in Edinburgh on a project called Weather forecasting for outreach on Wee Archie supercomputer.


I am a Master's student of Informatics at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka. For a semester I was abroad via the Eramus+ programme at the Faculty of Computer Sciece, TU Dresden where I was learning about high performance computers and parallel programming from some of the best professors. I participate in the BioSFlab at our Uni as a Student Research Assistant. Also, I used to work as a Student Teaching Assistant tutoring courses like Distributed Systems, Operating Systems and Parallel Programming on Heterogenus Systems with CUDA. I do some research having published a few papers and leading a project where we assebled a little "supercomputer" out of several Raspberry Pis.


My interests lie in distributed systems, GPGPU, cloud and high performance computing . Although I consider myself a beginner in those fields, I am willing to learn and to expand my knowlegde with every possibility I get.

I like open source software and the ideas behind it. Of course, I use it as my daily driver for fun, work and learning. My favourite linux distro is Fedora. Apart from software freedom I also support document freedom and open standards; some of the tools I use are LibreOffice, MarkDown and LaTeX.


Some things I do

When I make something meaningful I'll put it up here.


Places to talk to me

I speak English, German and Croatian. Currently I am all around Slovenia and Croatia, but I actually live on the island of Rab in Croatia. I'm not shy so feel free to contact me about anything! :)

My personal email is tomislav.subic@gmail.com

If you don't like mailing, you can contact me via social networks (links are on the left).