I used to be a scientist, so I still have plenty of projects I've worked on that are near to my heart. Here are a few of them.
Materialsweb is an online repository of electronic structure data for 2D and bulk layered materials. I built this Django website while working on my PhD in Richard Hennig's group in Florida. Members of his group now maintain the site.
pyiron is an integrated development environment (IDE) for computational materials science. I built the pyiron website and have written a few submodules for the code.
pyrho is an open-source, real-space DFT code written carefully in Python for anyone interested in learning about DFT's not-so-dirty underbelly. The code is based on lectures from Jörg Neugebauer at the Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung.
Of course I've worked on a number of proprietary apps and stuff like that, but here I've listed the open-source resources I've worked on. I'm always excited about good chances to collaborate on interesting projects- just reach out!
I built Particular as a Jekyll template for personal portfolio pages. I recycled a lot of the design elements from that template in this site!
Callysto is a Jekyll template for beautiful software landing pages. I based the Pyiron.org website more or less on this template.
I started drawing Light Roast Comics in 2018, and quickly fell in love. I've always loved the idea of drawing, but until I started making comics I never had a reason to practice every day. That, plus my recent discovery of digital drawing (I will not switch back until they invent control-z for real life) have made this one of the most fun projects I've worked on in the last few years.