I’m a computer scientist with broad interests ranging across computational chemistry, high-performance computing, machine learning, human-computer interaction, and graph theory.

I’m currently a PhD student at the University of Bristol with supervisors David Glowacki and Simon McIntosh-Smith, where I’m developing new methodologies for molecular modelling, including the development of a virtual reality platform, Nano Simbox VR, for interactive molecular modelling.

I’m also one of the developers of the multi-award winning Sci-Art collaborative project  ‘danceroom Spectroscopy‘ (dS), an interactive molecular dynamics simulation, which has been touring internationally over recent years as both a contemporary dance performance and a scientific outreach and educational installation.

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013 with a first-class MEng in Mathematics and Computer Science.

A lot of my code can be found on github and bitbucket, and I can be found on posting gifs of stuff on twitter.


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