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Adam Zabriskie is a computational scientist in with the Computational Mechanics and Materials Department at INL. He has degrees in mechanical engineering from Utah State University (B.S. 2009, M.S. 2012) and in nuclear engineering from Oregon State University (Ph.D. 2019). His research focus has mainly revolved around computational applications with a nuclear emphasis. Research topics have included a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation of an ATR specimen basket and transient reactor pulse simulations with coupled multiphysics and multiscale feedback. Since joining INL as an intern in 2015, he has implemented metallic fuel related capabilities in Bison.
Created at 10/1/2019 8:42 AM by Jason D. Hales
Last modified at 10/1/2019 10:47 AM by Jason D. Hales