Reynaldo Gomez

Reynaldo Gomez earned his BS in Nuclear Physics from the University of Texas in 2013 and is now earning an MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford. He spent three years at Schlumberger WesternGeco as a geophysicist before moving to IBM and eventually landing on the Energy team at NVIDIA. Reynaldo manages the partner ecosystem for the energy vertical with a focus on machine learning, deep learning, and high performance computing.

Posts by Reynaldo Gomez

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Building Software-Defined Smart Grid Technology

Edge AI and HPC are modernizing the electric grid, from power generation, transmission, and distribution to the grid edge. 9 MIN READ
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Edge Computing Fuels a Sustainable Future for Energy

Learn how edge computing is powering efficient energy operations, protecting worker health and safety, and improving power grid resiliency. 4 MIN READ
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Accelerating Geoscience Workflows with High-Performance Virtual Workstations

NVIDIA partnered with GeoComputing Group and Lenovo on a high-performance, secure, hybrid platform that enhances productivity for geoscientists. 2 MIN READ
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Reducing Costs with One-Pass Reverse Time Migration

Reverse time migration (RTM) is a powerful seismic migration technique, providing geophysicists with the ability to create accurate 3D images of the subsurface. 4 MIN READ