My interests are in making scientific algorithms reproducible, able to run at scale and have an ergonomic user interface which give value to a wide community in science.
Since 1998 I have been developing scientific software, for instance computational fluids dynamics on desktop and the web and data acquisition and analysis at the UK's largest science project (Diamond Light Source). At JAX I have been working with Chesler Lab to create a graph database which maps genetic information between humans and mice. Recently I have been working moving image analysis software to the cloud. Scientific software development is where my heart is and what makes the most interest for me at work.