My name is Liam Bindle and I'm an MSc student in Professor Randall Martin's group. I have a B.Eng. in Computer Engineering (focus in embedded systems design and low-level software) from the University of Saskatchewan. I worked in Professor Adam Bourassa's group at the University of Saskatchewan for 3 years during my undergrad (full-time in summers, and part-time during the school year). I wrote SASKTRAN DISCO (C++ implementation of DISORT/LIDORT in the SASKTRAN framework from the original papers by K. Stamnes and R. Spurr) and worked on pysasktran (which is the Python interface to SASKTRAN). Currently, I'm working on writing a new build system for GEOS-Chem that will make compiling GCHP a lot easier.