Rachel Slaybaugh

Rachel Slaybaugh

Assistant Professor
Dept of Nuclear Engineering
(570) 850-3385
Research Expertise and Interest
computational methods, high performance computing, neutron transport
Research Description

Prof. Saybaugh's research is based in numerical methods for neutron transport with an emphasis on supercomputing. Prof. Slaybaugh applies these methods to reactor design, radiation shielding, and nuclear security and nonproliferation. She also teaches software carpentry skills to scientists and engineers, and founded the Nuclear Innovation Bootcamp.

Slaybaugh has served as a Program Director at the Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) where she stood up the fission energy program and managed an agriculture technology portfolio. She is  the founding board chair for Good Energy Collective, has served on the Nuclear Energy Advisory Committee (a FACA), and serves on several advisory boards. 

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