Hello there!

My name is Tania, and I recently completed a PhD in computational nanomechanics at the University of Manchester.
I am currently working as a Research Software Engineer (RSE) at the University of Sheffield, where I am also a member of the Machine Learning Group. This means I get to play with loads of fun stuff and learn about new technologies and algorithms all the time.

Many of the things I have learnt over the years are the result of the collective effort of people who have shared their knowledge with the world. So I would like to give back to the community, too.
This is my very own attempt to document things I find interesting as well as those things I learn one way or another. The blog will grow/ mutate with the diverse projects I get involved in (both personal and professional).

If you want to reach out feel free to drop me an email.

Latest entries in the Blog

2nd RSE conference: an insider view

Posted: 27 Oct 2017

I know! I have failed to post regularly, but in this occasion I have an excellent excuse: I have been...

My first months as a RSE

Posted: 22 Aug 2017

I shall warn you naïve reader, this is a long read, so go get yourself a cuppa (maybe some biscuits)...

Alan Turing Institute Data Study

Posted: 05 Jul 2017

I had the opportunity to attend the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) Data Study Group (22nd-26th May 2017). The ATI is...