Dr Diego Alonso Álvarez is a physicist with 13 years of research experience in academia, including a PhD in semiconductor nanostructures and postdoctoral research on novel solar energy concepts and solar cells. He has learnt first-hand the value and difficulties of developing good software while doing research: his work has consistently involved software development for simulation and laboratory instrument control, and outreach. Diego is a member of the Society of Research Software Engineering and is enthusiastic about promoting good coding practices and software sustainability among other researchers.
He joined the Research Software Engineering team at Imperial College London in November 2018 and has contributed to the MUSE and POWBAL projects, amongst others.
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