David Gunn has over ten years experience of computational chemistry and molecular modelling of materials of technological and industrial interest. He previously managed a programme of theoretical and experimental catalyst research at CMR Fuel Cells. He is the co-author of the adaptive kinetic Monte Carlo code DL_AKMC, and has extensive knowledge of high performance computing (HPC). His current research interests include the simulation of radiation damage and healing in ceramic waste-form materials and the simulation of fuel cell materials, using ab initio, molecular dynamics and kinetic Monte Carlo.
MChem (2005), York
PhD, Chemistry (2009), Cambridge