Allan Wollaber

  • Program Years: 2004-2008
  • Academic Institution: University of Michigan
  • Field of Study: Nuclear Engineering/Fission Concentration
  • Academic Advisor: Edward Larsen
  • Practicum(s):
    Los Alamos National Laboratory (2005)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Nuclear Engineering and Scientific Computing, University of Michigan, 2008
    M.S. Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee, 2003
    B.S. Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee, 2002

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1997, Bicentennial Scholarship (4 years), University of Tennessee
1997, Ned McWherter Scholarship (4 years), State of Tennessee
1997, Valedictorian Scholarship, UT Alumni Association
1999, Awarded Most Outstanding Sophomore in the College of Engineering.
2001, Awarded Most Outstanding Senior in the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
2001, Department of Energy Nuclear Engineering Scholarship
2001, American Nuclear Society John R. Lamarsh Scholarship
2002, Graduated as University Honors Scholar, Summa Cum Laude
2002, American Nuclear Society Graduate Scholarship Award
2002, Tau Beta Pi Fellowship
2003, University of Michigan College of Engineering Dean's Fellowship
2004, DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
2005, ANS Mathematics and Computation Conference, Best Student Paper (3rd prize)
2009, Neutronics code selected as a finalist for Gordon Bell Supercomputing prize
2012, Principal Investigator on an Early Career LDRD project