I am currently a post-doctoral research associate in Dr. Michela Taufer's GCLab at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. I am currently working on the project analytics4md to develop tools that will enable in-situ analysis of molecular dynamics simulations. I got my Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering at Boise State University, where I worked with Dr. Eric Jankowski in the Computational Materials Engineering Lab.

My primary research interest is in computational modelling of materials that span disparate time and space scales using methods such as coarse-grained molecular dynamics and concurrent coupling. Other interests include image processing, particle packing methods and scientific computing using distributed computer networks.

In the past, I worked as a computer programmer in the domain of life sciences, data visualization, automated testing, machine vision and industrial automation.

When I am not doing research I enjoy teaching or doing fun stuff with my two boys, fishing, brewing, roasting coffee, cooking and going on long walks with my family.

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