Alistair McLean

Alistair McLean

Alistair is a software engineer at Riffyn where he is responsible for improving performance and integrating data validation. Alistair has been developing scientific software applications since his undergrad, where he created an open sourced virtual reality platform called VENu for the MicroBooNE neutrino experiment at Fermilab that he worked on for a number of years throughout his studies. He holds a Bachelors in Science in Physics from New Mexico State University, has previously worked in developing commercial physics simulation software, and also continues to work on open-sourced science projects in his free time. Outside of work he loves rock climbing, biking, and hiking through the mountains of Colorado.