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Brief Biographies of Committee Members
Pages 13-17

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... There he began working on computational methods, focusing on problems involving particle transport. This effort continued through 5.5 years as a code developer in the secondary-design division at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and it has continued and broadened during 15 years on the faculty at Texas A&M University.
From page 14...
... Previously, Dr. Davis was a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he served as the first national security fellow at the Center for Global Security Research.
From page 15...
... He also serves on the board of directors of the Fannie and John Hertz Foundation, the board of distinguished advisors for the American Committees on Foreign Relations and the Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board of the National Research Council. For his contributions to national security during his tenure at DTRA, he was twice awarded the Distinguished Public Service Medal, DoD's highest civilian award.
From page 16...
... His technical experience includes work related to nuclear safety, fuel cycle, water reactors, advanced reactors, and remote control. His professional experience includes research and operations positions at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Argonne National Laboratory, the Electric Power Research Institute, and Bechtel.
From page 17...
... He served as a group leader of the nuclear research group in the Chemical Science and Technology Division. He also served on the Transplutonium Advisory Committee for the National Research Council and the Transplutonium Assessment Panel of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Technical Review Committee.

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