Summary: Todd S. Palmer
Associate Professor. B.S. Nuclear Engineering (1983), Oregon State University; M.S.
Nuclear Engineering (1989), Ph.D. Nuclear Engineering and Scientific Computing
(1993), University of Michigan. Fields of interest: numerical techniques for particle
transport and diffusion, computational fluid dynamics, reactor physics, general numerical
methods, nuclear criticality safety, Monte Carlo methods, transport in stochastic
mixtures. Physicist, Defense Sciences, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (1991-
1994). Consultant to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory, Siemens Nuclear Power Corporation. Member, American Nuclear
Society. Loyd Carter College of Engineering Teaching Award (2001). Research funding
from Department of Energy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Argonne National
Laboratory-West, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland General Electric, and
Nuclear Regulatory Commission. At Oregon State University since 1995.