Brian H. Daub
I received my graduate degree in Nuclear Physics in 2012 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I studied few-body nuclear physics, with a particular focus on neutron-proton interactions and scintillator characterization. I then came to UC Berkeley to become a postdoctoral scholar with the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium and study nuclear-plasma interactions. I served as a responsible scientist for the neutron activation diagnostics at the National Ignition Facility, and most recently began to work on modeling related to Post-Detonation Nuclear Forensics. I am hoping to continue my work in nuclear forensics this coming year by joining the Weapons and Complex Integration directorate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.