David Williams–Young, Ph.D., Scalable Solvers Group, Department of Applied Mathematics, Computational Research Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
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Currently I am a Research Scientist in the Scalable Solvers Group (SSG) in the Computational Research Division (CRD) at Lawerence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL), (work webpage). My current projects center around massively parallel algorithms for eigenvalue problems which arise in electrionic structure theory.

I recieved my Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Washington in 2018 under the supervision of Professor Xiaosong Li. My graduate research primarily centered around methods development in the field of quantum chemistry, specifically electronic structure theory. During my time at the University of Washington, I had the privlidge of contributing to several quantum chemistry software packages, namely Chronus Quantum (ChrounsQ) and Gaussian. From 2017-2018, I was a software fellow through the Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI).

For a full list of contributions, publications, presentations, and awards, please refer to my CV