I started working for Wolfram Research in late 1987 on a part-time basis while working on my PhD in physics. I originally worked on the DOS and Windows implementations of Mathematica and then, after an extended break of twelve years working for other companies, returned in 2009 to improve printing, publishing features and develop the autocompletion technology in our user interface. I am also a hobbyist astronomer and sometime write about related Wolfram Technologies in my blog posts.
- False-color processing of Ring, Carina, Eagle Nebulas' images from James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)
- Deep space object imaging pipeline examples: M51 & M101 galaxies
- CCD astronomical imaging: color image processing
- CCD astronomical imaging: image acquisition
- Telescope Control with ASCOM platform and Wolfram Language