Skills - C++; Java; Python; ASP and logic-based learning applications; Natural Language Processing - particularly in clinical settings.
Christopher Wareing is a Research Software Engineer in the ARC team at Durham University. He typically describes himself as a computational fluid dynamicist, with expertise in hydrodynamic and magneto-hydrodynamic numerical modelling gained through finite difference and spectral methods with fixed and adaptive grids.
Christopher has applied these skills in physics, astrophysics, mathematics, chemical engineering and process engineering, through academia, catapult centres and industry.
He is an HPC specialist with 20 years HPC experience, in particular in parallel computing methods principally in C and FORTRAN, having taught post-graduate parallel programming courses for the last 10 years.