Scientific Computing

New! Purchase my visualization book on Amazon, Morgan Claypool, or IOP Press!

Paper on visualization published in the PASP

Check out Poster 255.23 on January 7th at the AAS Meeting...

Check out Poster #109 at SIGGRAPH 2013!

I work on Python code for the the Very Large Array calibration pipeline and Green Bank Telescope data archive. I enjoy a strong interest in programming for astronomical applications and 3D visualization. I use a variety of tools in my research for different purposes, including Python, Mathematica, and IDL. I've written some visualization tools for large radio surveys that are used by a number of people. In addition, I work on web services that connect to astronomical catalogs and databases.

The Mathematica animation at right shows the solution to a 2D wave equation with diffusion.

Code for current projects can be pulled from my git repository.