I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech (VT). My research covers a range of topics of scientific visualization, machine learning, and high-performance computing. As a member of the Visionarium and InfoVis labs at VT, I am working on a visualization tool that should help scientists to understand, make sense, and explore simulations ensemble (i.e., spatial and non-spatial ensembles) from any scientific domain using a single interactive visualization. I am also working as GRA in Advanced Research Computing (ARC) at VT where I troubleshoot problems when using the ARC supercomputers and the software stack. This involves troubleshooting problems that are related to configuring, building, tuning and deploying of scientific and parallel computing software, in addition to, remote rendering and remote computation of visualization tools (i.e., ParaView & Visit). I am also responsible for benchmarking and evaluation of select applications, compute, and storage resources.