U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dr. Luke Gosink

Electron Microscopy Use Case Co-Lead
Dr. Luke Gosink

Dr. Luke Gosink is a senior research scientist in the National Security Directorate at PNNL. Dr. Gosink received a B.S. in Chemistry and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Davis. He leads a diverse research portfolio that focuses on developing novel machine learning and statistical aggregation methods that can detect complex events in large amounts of streaming, high-throughput data. He has successfully applied these techniques across numerous application spaces including power systems, protein modeling, computer vision, subsurface modeling, and high-energy physics (e.g., to detect sub-atomic particles in the Belle II iTOP detector). Dr. Gosink has also spent significant time supporting national security needs, including the development of image processing algorithms and the development of modeling methodologies. He has authored and contributed to over 30 publications, and his work in statistical ensembles is being tested in the electric industry to help reduce forecasting errors.

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