Scott L Painter

Distinguished R&D Staff

Scott Painter has extensive experience in multiphysics and multiscale modeling of subsurface and integrated surface/subsurface systems in support of environmental systems studies. His current research focuses on reactive transport in small streams, permafrost thermal hydrology, and physically based watershed modeling. Prior to joining LANL in 2014, he had positions with Los Alamos National Laboratory and Southwest Research Institute, where he focused on geological disposal of radioactive waste and radionuclide migration in the environment.