Liam Bindle

Graduate student at Dalhousie University

About me

I'm a Masters student in Physics and Atmospheric Science at Dalhousie University under Professor Randall Martin. I studied computer engineering for my undergrad and graduated in 2018.

Some of my work

  • MQTT-C— A portable MQTT C client for embedded systems and PCs alike.
  • SASKTRAN-Disco — A fast discrete-ordinates radiative transfer model written in C++, with a high-level Python interface.
  • PyVESC — A Python implementation of the communication protocol for VESC motor controllers.

Currently, I'm doing some work on the GEOS-Chem chemical transport model. During my undergrad I worked for Professor Adam Bourassa for three years. My work was on the SASKTRAN radiative transfer model, and NO2 remote sensing.