I’m a scientist, founder, and author. I study ocean waves in the SUSTAIN lab at the University of Miami, using theory, experimentation, and numerical modeling. I also built Cloudrun with my friend and cofounder Josh Noe. Cloudrun is a SaaS platform for on demand and custom numerical weather prediction. I wrote a book on parallel Fortran programming, and am a founding member of the Fortran-lang open source community.
I grew up in Serbia where I went to school and worked as a tattoo artist from 2007 to 2009. I came to Miami in 2009 for grad school. During my PhD, I worked with teams from US Navy and NASA to build and improve Earth system prediction models. You can find all my papers here. Now I write, do research, and build software. I enjoy doing many things–it makes life more interesting for me. I live in Boca Raton, Florida, with my wife Evelyn and son Nolan.
I’m here to help. My formal expertise is in wave physics and numerical weather prediction, but you can ask me anything. I’m interested in computer science, cloud computing, entrepreneurship, and remote work. I answer all emails and would love to hear from you.
Some of my older blog posts are below. My more recent stuff is on Medium.
Implicit none and carry on
What brought you here?
Scientists are software engineers too
Map, Filter, Reduce in Fortran 2018
Analyzing stock price time series with modern Fortran, Part 3
Analyzing stock price time series with modern Fortran, Part 2
Analyzing stock price time series with modern Fortran, Part 1
Guide to my swashbuckler
Simulating waves in a lab setting