I guess you would say I am a scientist/engineer based on my degrees but when it comes to coding I seem to enjoy doing things the hard way.
I coded originally in Matlab, then Fortran, now Julia and Python. Julia is better than the rest :)
I am pretty good at thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and physical chemistry... Free energy calculations, particularly, alchemical, are my jam.
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