Scientist– National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Chris is a senior scientist in the Computational Science Center at NREL. He leads the HPC User and Applications Support effort which hosts the Center’s expertise in emerging computing models, application deployment and utilization, benchmarking, and Computational Science and Engineering domain knowledge. He has a background on computational chemistry, and is working on molecular and materials photophysics and quantum computing.
Before changing to computational science, Chris worked on experimental metalloenzymology of oxalate decarboxylase as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Florida, and of lysine aminomutases as a graduate researcher.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Virginia Tech, and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin.
Cloud and Distributed Computing