Amy N Rose

Senior Staff Scientist

Amy Rose is a Senior Staff Scientist in the Geospatial Science and Human Security Division. Her work is focused on geocomputational methods to characterize the spatiotemporal and demographic patterns of human populations to inform a variety of applications including urban resiliency, human health and security, and environmental impacts. Dr. Rose is currently the director for the LandScan Population Distribution program which focuses on developing data fusion algorithms for highly resolved global mapping of human population which includes diurnal and demographic variations, as well as spatially explicit and locally adaptive population futures.  Dr. Rose also serves as an ORNL Joint Faculty Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at The University of Tennessee.


2021 Battelle Inventor of the Year, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2020 UT-Battelle Distinguished Innovation Award
2019 Federal Laboratory Consortium Excellence in Technology Transfer Award
2018 Federal Laboratory Consortium Southeast Region Excellence in Technology Transfer
2018 UT-Battelle Technology Commercialization Award
2016 Finalist, R&D 100 Awards, R&D Magazine - LandCast: Locally Adaptive, Spatially Explicit Population Projections
2014 UT-Battelle Technology Commercialization Award
2013 UT-Battelle Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer
2013 UT-Battelle Technology Commercialization Award
2002 Association of American Geographers (AAG) Citation Award for the Top Applied Geography Project of the Year - Analysis of Defense Distribution Center (DDC) Supply Chain