Samuel Olivier

Computational Scientist

Education

University of California, Berkeley
2017–2022

PhD, Applied Science & Technology (GPA: 3.942/4.0)

Thesis: "High-Order Moment Methods for Thermal Radiative Transfer"

Advisors: Rachel Slaybaugh (UCB) and Terry Haut (LLNL)

Texas A&M University
2013–2017

BS, Nuclear Engineering with Minor in Applied Math, Magna Cum Laude (GPA: 3.868/4.0)

Research Experience

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Aug. 2022–present

Nicholas C. Metropolis Postdoctoral Fellow

University of California, Berkeley
2017–2022

Graduate Student Researcher

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Summer 2021

CSGF Practicum

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Summer 2020

CSGF Practicum

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Summer 2019

CSGF Practicum

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Summer 2018

High Energy Density Physics Intern

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Summer 2017

High Energy Density Physics Intern

Center for Exascale Radiation Transport (TAMU)
Spring 2017

Undergraduate Researcher

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Summer 2016

High Energy Density Physics Intern

Fuel Cycle and Materials Laboratory (TAMU)
2014–2016

Undergraduate Researcher/Lab Technician

Skills

Programming

Numerical Methods

Nuclear Engineering

Research Interests

Awards and Recognitions

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Work In Progress

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Presentations