World Congress on Computational Mechanics

JAS

J. Adam Stephens

Sandia National Laboratories

Optimization and UQ

Presentation

I'm a developer of Dakota, an open-source software tool for uncertainty quantification, sensitivity analysis, optimization, and model calibration. Please visit our website at https://dakota.sandia.gov. Some of my other technical and research interests include atomistic simulation, parallel process management on HPC resources, HDF5, and DevOps. Before coming to Sandia, I obtained a PhD in chemical engineering, and my research focused on using atomistic simulation techniques to explore transition metal catalysis. Prior to that, I worked a process and process control engineer in the chemical industry.
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