Jeffrey Salmond

I'm a Research Sofware Engineer and High-Performance Computing consultant at the University of Cambridge.

I'm also a PhD student in the Laboratory for Scientific Computing and my PhD focuses on finding numerical solutions for shock and detonation problems in complex materials.

Employment

Research Software Engineer July 2016 - present

In my current role as a Research Software Engineer and High-Performance Computing Consultant, I optimse the performance of complex scientific codes across a range of projects. These scientific codes are utilised for research within the departments of Physics, Chemistry, and Engineering.

Research Software Engineering
High-Performance Computing
University of Cambridge

Publications

Education

Scientific Computing PhD 2012-present

Thesis
Mesoscale Modeling of Plastic-Bonded Explosives
Supervisor
Dr Nikos Nikiforakis

Scientific Computing MPhil 2011-2012

Thesis
Numerical Studies of Shock Induced Ignition
Supervisor
Dr Nikos Nikiforakis

Physics with Theoretical Physics MSci 2007-2011

Thesis
Brane Solutions in Supergravity
Tutor
Dr Julia Sedgbeer
Supervisor
Dr Kellogg Stelle