John C. Wagner, 2013

Computer, Information, and Knowledge Sciences: For groundbreaking theory and development of consistent, accurate, and efficient Monte Carlo computational solutions of the Boltzmann transport equation over the complete domain, and for its broad application to complex real world radiation transport problems.

John C. Wagner is honored for his contributions to computationally based studies of radiation transport in real-world complex systems, including criticality safety, radiation shielding, and nuclear reactor analysis. His work significantly advances the methodology used to obtain accurate predictive solutions to challenging problems ranging from civilian nuclear energy to the nation’s nuclear security.

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