My scientific interests lie at the cross-over of relativistic astrophysics and computational physics. In astrophysics, I study compact objects as sources of gravitational radiation, including novel numerical approximations to allow for increase accuracy. In computational physics, I research efficient software infrastructure for high performance computing, including tools for large-scale collaborations.
As Research Technologies Group Lead at the Perimeter Institute, I collaborate with researchers in various areas of theoretical physics providing expertise on computational methods. These collaborations touch most of Perimeter's key research areas.
I research and develop computational infrastructure for a range of inter-disciplinary projects as software architect of the Einstein Toolkit