Douglas E. Peplow

Douglas E Peplow

Distinguished R&D Staff Member

Areas of technical expertise include: Monte Carlo code development, variance reduction, development of hybrid Monte Carlo/deterministic methods for shielding calculations, application of hybrid methods to difficult shielding problems. Currently active in: the application of radiation transport calculations to nuclear security and non-proliferation problems. Past areas of interest have included medical applications of radiation transport, facility vulnerability calculations and other defense-related applications of radiation transport and nuclear decay calculations.

UT-Battelle Award – Community Outreach, 2018

Significant Event Award, for Support to DOE in response to the crisis at Fukushima, 2011

UT-Battelle Award – Team Accomplishment, Engineering Research and Development, 2010

Nuclear Science & Technology Division Scientific and Technical Award, December 2006

American Nuclear Society Mark Mills Award, 1999

Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, 1986

Peplow holds a B.S. in Physics from Western Illinois University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Nuclear Engineering from North Carolina State University.

“Using Augmented Reality for Visualizing and Interacting with Ionizing Radiation Data,” which is described in United States Patent Application No. 18/134,649 filed on April 14, 2023. (A non-exclusive patent license agreement was made with the Teletrix Corporation, May 2023)