I am the lead developer of the data management framework signac. The signac framework supports researchers in managing project-related data by providing a well-defined, indexable layout for storing file-based data and metadata directly on the filesystem. In this way, signac enables efficient data access through an ad hoc database-like interface without the need for running a server.
The distributed file-based storage model is well-suited to high-performance computing applications. Additionally, signac aids in defining and executing workflows for operating on these managed data spaces both on local workstations and on leadership-class supercomputers.
I have contributed to HOOMD-blue, a general-purpose simulation toolkit which scales from a single CPU to thousands of GPUs. HOOMD-blue is a general-purpose simulation toolkit which scales from a single CPU to thousands of GPU’s. The impact this tool has on the particle simulation and soft matter community is reflected in the high number of publications.
For more information, checkout out the HOOMD-blue homepage!
I have contributed to freud, an analysis tool for particle simulation data.
I am the former lead developer of glotzformats, a collection of parsers and writers for formats used within the Glotzer Group.