Mathematics PhD & Energy Science and Engineering Concentration, 2018
Supervising Faculty: Clayton Webster
Nicholas began his research career interning at ORNL through the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships program in 2009, working on computational biology and Bayesian problems in neutron scattering. Nicholas is currently working on uncertainty quantification problems in neutron transport for the Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors (CASL) at ORNL under the direction of Dr. Clayton Webster. His research interests include uncertainty quantification, high-dimensional approximation methods, reduced order modeling, and Bayesian inference.
Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics - Rochester Institute of Technology
Awards and Recognitions
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Southeastern Atlantic Section conference poster session winner - 2013
- Research Scholar, Rochester Institute of Technology
- 3rd Place, Life Sciences Category, Department of Energy Science & Energy Research Challenge Poster competition - 2009