Reindorf has developed a keen interest in computational modeling and simulation. It all started with him completing Master of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST) where his research work focused on application of fractional calculus in Pharmacokinetics. He also obtained his PhD in Scientific Computing and Industrial Modeling at National Institute for Mathematical sciences, KNUST.
So far, his technical areas of research have included scientific computing and data science. Currently, he works with the Center for Scientific and Technical Computing-NIMS as a fellow in Scientific computing and industrial modeling (specifically in the area of flood inundation modeling). For Reindorf, he believes that research is all about finding answers in multidisciplinary areas using tools in mathematics.
It’s not all work for lecturers though – each has time for fun. When he isn’t in the office, you can find him in one of his favorite spots on campus - "campus gymnasium - a place to keep the body in good shape for the laborious tasks ahead. Also a good place to relax and chat with friends and students after work.”said Reindorf.