Research experience includes modeling, chemometrics, and database development. Use of reactor modeling codes to generate spent fuel compositions, dose rates, and decay heat for nuclear forensics, nonproliferation and nuclear security research. Use of multivariate pattern classification techniques for attribution of unknown nuclear material using elemental and isotopic concentrations. Development and administration of the Uranium Sourcing Database and iDAVE, a global nuclear forensics database of uranium ore and ore concentrates and associated pattern recognition application
Database, Chemometrics/Statistics, Reactor fuel modeling, Radworker II, ADC.
Software: MATLAB, SCALE, MCNP, C#, Python, AutoCAD, Oracle, SQL Server, Filemaker Pro.
Military: Good Conduct Medal, SW Asia Service Medal, Sea Service Ribbon, National Defense Medal.
Academic: 2nd place, American Nuclear Society Student Design Competition.
Bathke, Charles G.; Hase, Kevin R.; Wallace, Richard K.; Ireland, John R.; Jarvinen, Gordon D.; Johnson, M. W. Ebbinghaus, Bartley B.; Sleaford, Brad W.; Robel, Martin; Bradley, Keith S. "The Attractiveness of Materials in Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycles for Various Proliferation and Theft Scenarios,"
King, Wayne E.; Robel, Martin; Gilmer, George H. "The potential to use fission gas release experiments to measure lattice and grain boundary diffusion in metallic fuels,"