Los Alamos National Laboratory

About

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is a United States Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory, managed and operated by Los Alamos National Security (LANS), located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. The laboratory is one of the largest science and technology institutions in the world, and conducts multidisciplinary research in fields such as national security, space exploration, renewable energy, medicine, nanotechnology, and supercomputing.

LANL is the largest institution and the largest employer in northern New Mexico, with approximately 9,000 direct employees and around 650 contractor personnel. Additionally, there are roughly 120 DOE employees stationed at the laboratory to provide federal oversight of LANL’s work and operations. Approximately one-third of the laboratory’s technical staff members are physicists, one quarter are engineers, one-sixth are chemists and materials scientists, and the remainder work in mathematics and computational science, biology, geoscience, and other disciplines. Professional scientists and students also come to Los Alamos as visitors to participate in scientific projects. The staff collaborates with universities and industry in both basic and applied research to develop resources for the future.

Please see http://icam.lanl.gov for more details.

Branch Members

Senior Scientists

  • Robert Ecke

  • Michael Fitzsimmons

  • Hans Frauenfelder

  • Alan Hurd

  • Srinivas Iyer

  • Marcelo Jaime

  • John Sarrao

  • Joe Thompson

  • Vivien Zapf

  • Anton Zilman

Post Docs

  • Jessica Conway

  • Prashant Jain

  • Anil Kumar

  • Olena Lopatina

  • Brian Munsky

  • Katharine Page

  • Armin Rahmanisisan

  • Nicholas Wakeham

Staff

  • Cristian Batista

  • Hou-Tong Chen

  • Diego Dalvit

  • Shizeng Lin

  • Anna Llobet Megias

  • Filip Ronning

  • Jian-Xin Zhu

Joined ICAM in 2002

Workshop Application

  • The 3rd Workshop on Stochasticity in Biochemical Reaction Networks

    • Author: Brian Munsky

  • Selective transport through biological and bio-mimetic nano-channels: mathematical modeling meets experiments.

    • Author: Anton Zilman

  • Skyrmoinics: materials, phenomena and applications

    • Author: Shizeng Lin