Jamal Mohd-Yusof has been working with advanced architectures for over a decade, including Roadrunner and Trinity. He is currently involved in various ECP projects, developing simulation methods for the next generation of exascale computational hardware. This work contributed to the R&D 100 Award winning Mantevo 1.0 software suite in 2013. He has also recently developed novel sparse-matrix algorithms for quantum MD which outperforms vendor libraries. He was the original developer of the discrete time immersed boundary method which is now widely used in fluid mechanics simulation.