U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dr. Bryan Stanfill

Principal Investigator
Dr. Bryan Stanfill
(509) 375-6403

Project -- Temporal Modeling for Streaming Analytics

Dr. Bryan Stanfill joined PNNL in 2015 as a staff scientist in the National Security Directorate. In addition to the AIM initiative, he has contributed and lead projects across PNNL’s diverse portfolio including in national security, biology, chemistry, material science, and nuclear waste vitrification. His technical interests include experimental design, statistical modeling, machine learning, and deep learning.

Bryan received his Ph.D. from the Department of Statistics at Iowa State University. As a graduate student he received the Lawrence H. Baker Fellowship in biostatistics and an Iowa State Alumni scholarship. His graduate school studies included collaborations with the Ames Laboratory to develop new statistical methods for material science problems and with the Department of Kinesiology to rigorously quantify physical activity measurements derived from surveys. Following graduate school, he received the John Stocker Postdoctoral Fellowship at CSIRO to quantify and reduce uncertainty in biophysical models for agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation.

| Pacific Northwest National Laboratory