DAVE is an experimental neutron scattering data reduction, visualization and analysis system developed at the NIST Center for Neutron Research. This software can be obtained in either binary executable form or source code form for those with an IDL development license.
Dave has over 28 years of research administration expertise. He oversees the CNSI grants facilitation team, directs Institute strategic communications initiatives and supports Institute operations.
Early Life and Education
Dave Omoregie is a British rapper born in Brixton, South London’s south London neighborhood. His dad Frank Omoregie is a pastor and his mother Juliet Doris Omoregie works as a nurse.
In 2016, Dave released his debut EP, Six Paths, to great acclaim from music fans and critics alike. Canadian rapper Drake even premiered a remix version of his song “Wanna Know” featuring Dave alongside West London artist AJ Tracey on the grime track “Thiago Silva.”
In 2019, Dave released his debut album Psychodrama, which went on to top the UK charts and earned critical acclaim. It won the Mercury Prize and was nominated for a 2020 Brit Awards’ Album of the Year award. A year later in 2021, We’re All Alone in This Together followed, also hitting number one on the chart.
Achievement and Honors
Dave’s professional accomplishments span decades, with years of leadership within Putzmeister’s Gas Operations. He has served as a mentor to numerous colleagues and worked on an array of projects throughout his career.
Dave has always strived to be a leader and take responsibility for our customers’ success. He understands the importance of building strong relationships with each customer in order to maintain Putzmeister’s growth and development as an organization.
Dave has been an invaluable member of our team for over 25 years, remaining committed to its success even during times when things got challenging in the industry. He serves as a model of dedication and hard work that has made a positive difference both at our company and in his family’s lives.
He’s clean-cut, has no tattoos and chose a sensible jumper for his Mercury Prize win last year for No1 album Psychodrama. Additionally, Dave was nominated for Brit Awards in the Best Male Solo Artist, Album Of The Year and Song Of The Year categories – though unfortunately his father Frank won’t be present to witness his son’s momentous achievement since he lives 4,000 miles away.
He’s an engaging storyteller, with lyrics that address both social issues and deeply personal topics. On his debut album, he drew upon his family’s difficult experiences to create music which addressed mental health and domestic abuse issues head-on. This socially aware approach to his lyrics was further demonstrated in the Ivor Novello Award-winning political track Question Time.
Dave has an estimated net worth of $3.3 million. Most of his earnings come from his music career, where he has released several successful albums and singles that have netted him a substantial sum of money.
He earns a substantial income from his YouTube channel and music streaming platforms, such as Spotify. These platforms boast an impressive number of monthly listeners which has translated to lucrative earnings for him.
He has made significant investments in real estate and stocks that have contributed to his fortune. For instance, he purchased a $14 million home in Miami in 2021 which has since appreciated by 21%.