Dr Hoang Anh Nguyen obtained a Bachelor of Software Engineering (with Honors) degree from Monash University in 2009 and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree majoring in Computer Science from the University of Queensland in 2016. The fundamental contribution of his thesis is to show that science gateways can support complex human-scientific workflow interactions,facilitating monitoring and steering of the workflow execution as it progresses. This is important, as human decision-making is an important component of real-world computational science. The scientific workflows are typically executed on high performance computing and Cloud computing platforms. Hoang has been working with the Research Computing Centre since graduation. Dr. Hoang Anh Nguyen is currently a research fellow at the Research Computing Centre, the University of Queensland. He spends half of his time performing research activities in scientific workflow and science gateways. The other half is used to help RCC’s clients with his expertise in HTC/HPC. He has involved in constructing large-scale experiments, which are from a wide range of disciplines (bioinformatics, engineering and ecology). He also helps to maintain and develop the Nimrod family toolkit.