I am a research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory near Knoxville, Tennessee. My current work is developing computational models to simulate the fast pyrolysis of biomass in fluidized reactors. This research is part of the Consortium for Computational Physics and Chemistry for the U.S. DOE Bioenergy Technologies Office. I am also involved in various battery simulation activities as part of the Computer Aided Engineering for Batteries project. As an enthusiastic developer, I organize the Knoxville CocoaHeads and KnoxPy programming groups.
WeathrClip provides current weather conditions, 5-day forecast, hourly forecast, and precipitation radar for your Mac and iPhone.
Un1ts is a comprehensive unit converter for the Mac. It was previously available on the Mac App Store but is now open-source software.
BatterySim provides code and documentation for developing battery models.
CCPCode is a collection of reactor modeling code and experimental data for the Consortium for Computational Physics and Chemistry (CCPC) project.
Chemics is a Python package for chemical reactor engineering.
Swift Programming for macOS is an online book about developing native macOS apps in Swift.
In addition to the PDFs and links provided below, presentations are also available on my Slides.com page.
If you do not have access to a publication, please contact me and I will be genuinely delighted to send you a copy of the manuscript.