Center for Computing Research
Brian M. Adams
|Brian M. Adams|
Optimization & Uncertainty Quantification
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1318
Brian has worked at Sandia since 2005. He is currently a principal member of technical staff in the optimization and uncertainty quantification department. Brian develops, implements, and applies algorithms for optimization and uncertainty quantification on computational models. He leads the Dakota software project, managing software development and deployment to ensure impact on the span of Sandia science and engineering problems.
Brian earned a B.S. in Mathematics from Saint Michael's College in 1999, including minors in Computer Science and Music and certification to teach secondary mathematics. He was a U.S. Department of Education GAANN Computational Science Fellow at North Carolina State University from 2000-2003, earning his M.S. in Computational and Applied Mathematics in 2002. Advised by Dr. H.T. Banks, he earned a Ph.D. in Computational and Applied Mathematics in 2005 with dissertation Non-parametric parameter estimation and clinical data fitting with a model of HIV infection.
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