I am supercomputing applications specialist and researcher at the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre.
I obtained a PhD in Astrophysics from Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario, Canada. My research background is in numerical astrophysics, where I explored the physics governing the Universe through complex virtual universes. I am interested in cosmology and galaxy formation as well as developing algorithms for use on supercomputers. I developed an extensive track record of developing astronomical software for HPC systems during my research.
I now seek to use my knowledge and experience using supercomputers to help other researchers, enabling science from a wide variety of fields.