last changed: 21.6.2022
Currently I am interested in several areas: Molecular Dynamics, Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis, Molecular Modelling, the use of IT in Teaching and Polymer Chemistry
Having worked for some time in the area of Molecular Modelling at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK at the reseach group of Dr. Tell Tuttle, I moved to the University College London.
Here, I was soley in charge of several HPC clusters of the Chemistry Department. Next to this, I was still interested in Computational Chemistry and I could persue some research projects as well.
In 2017 I moved to a faculty position at the University of Westminster. I am still interested in Computational Chemistry and I am still having some research projects which I am persueing.
In September 2018 I moved to the recently established Francis Crick Institute where I am working with my colleagues of the Scientific Computing Team to support the computational needs of the researchers in the Institute. This comprises both High Performance Computing and High Performance Date (Big Data).
From December 2019 until January 2022 I was working at the Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) at Guy's and St.Thomas' Hospital in London as part of the team which are looking after the 'Rosalind' cluster. This cluster is a joint venture between the hospital and Kings College London.
From March 2022 I am working at the RSC at Imperial College London, where I am part of a team looking after the Research Computing facilities of the college.