David Case

Research Software Engineer


I started writing Fortran during my undergraduate degree (Chemistry), when laser safety issues left me office-bound at times. My PhD is is electronic structure theory, and I’ve done some research in materials science (organic and inorganic crystals, mostly). Now I work for NCAS on atmospheric science codes. Through CMS I do training and infrastructure things, and my development focus is on porting or benchmarking on new architectures, or incorporating new libraries (e.g. for IO performance).


Dr David Case
NCAS, Department of Meteorology
School of Mathematical, Physical and Computer Science
University of Reading
Whiteknights, Reading