Ph.D. Nuclear Engineering, Oregon State University (2020)
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Montana State University (2015)
At Oregon State since 2020.
Aaron Reynolds' research interests center around methods development in the context of reactor physics, multiphysics coupling, and multilevel approaches. Currently, his efforts at the Center for Exascale Monte Carlo Neutron Transport focus on development of a time-dependent hybrid deterministic/Monte Carlo method to be used on modern computing architecture