Jonathan Carter’s research interests are in the evaluation of system architectures and algorithms for high performance computing, and in computational chemistry and physics simulations. Recently he has been engaged in a project to look at computer architectures beyond the end of Moore’s Law and has focused on techniques to perform simulations for computational chemistry using newly developed quantum computing test-beds. He brings a unique perspective to his work, formed from using computing resources as a domain scientist, from performing performance analyses of computer architectures, and from his experience in moving large-scale computational systems from idea to reality. Jonathan holds a Ph.D. and B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Sheffield, UK.