I am a research software engineer with over 10 years of experience working in the field of statistical physics. I am passionate about tackling fundamental problems in an interdisciplinary setting. My research has bridged the disciplines of physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering, where I've worked on problems ranging from crystallization to energy storage. I also have a deep interest in scientific computing, data visualization, and open source software development.

I am currently the research software engineer for the CCP-BioSim flagship software project, BioSimSpace. I am developing a software interoperability layer to allow packages from the biomolecular simulation community to work together. This will allow users from academia and industry to write robust and portable workflows that are independent of the underlying software applications or hardware.

Coding projects.

Nucleation from a pore.

Dynamic heterogeneity in a model glass former.