David Stevens, Ph.D. is an Academic Key Accounts Manager at Wolfram Research. David works with faculty, staff, post-docs and students at universities around the United States in utilizing and making the most of Wolfram products.
Before working at Wolfram Research, David’s academic field of study was biophysical computational chemistry. He taught lecture and discussion classes at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Yale University and has a passion for breaking down information into more understandable and intuitive concepts. In his academic life, David used the Wolfram Language to analyze and plot his results from molecular dynamics simulations on proteins and DNA. His favorite function in the Wolfram Language is FormFunction, for its ease of setting up computational forms.
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Bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Richmond
Ph.D. in Biophysical Chemistry, Yale University
Knitting, D&D and hiking