Garrison Flynn

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Garrison Stevens Flynn completed her Ph.D. at Clemson in 2016 as a U.S. Department of Education GAANN fellow studying propagation of model uncertainties and systematic bias in multi-scale and multi-physics models. She is currently an R&D Engineer at Los Alamos National Laboratory on the Data Analysis Team of the Test Engineering group. Her research interests focus on statistical methods for inverse analysis of complex systems, with applications including nuclear nonproliferation and arms control and treaty verification. Garrison has been an active member of SEM since 2013. She currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Model Validation and Uncertainty Quantification Technical Division. In addition to her research, Garrison is passionate about mentorship. She has served as a mentor to a Girls in STEM program, providing mentorship to seven girls as they progress from 6-12th grade. She was a founding member of an early career development initiative promoting career discovery and collaboration across weapons engineering at LANL. Garrison received her B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from Clemson University in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in structural engineering.


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