Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Mobile phone: 510-684-2858
Work phone: 505-665-2447
Selected open source projects that I created. See my GitHub and GitLab profiles for other projects. Besides that I contributed to many other open source projects inluding Jupyter/IPython, Debian, SciPy, NumPy, SageMath, Spack and others.
SymPy is a Python library for symbolic mathematics.
SymEngine is a fast symbolic manipulation library, written in C++
LFortran is a modern open-source interactive Fortran compiler built on top of LLVM.
Ab-initio derivations of physics equations that are needed for applications.
Best practices for modern Fortran.
Computational Physics and Methods (CCS-2).
Development of electronic structure methods for warm dense matter.
Responsible for releasing NumPy 1.7.
Development of electronic structure methods in atomic physics.
Comparison of High-Order, Adaptive Methods for Atomic Structure Calculations.
Development of methods for magnetohydrodynamics simulations.
MCMC fitting of stellar evolution models to color-magnitude diagrams from M31 galaxy.
Helping to develop free-access crystallographic database.
Development of control software for robotics.