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Marvin Adams, PhD, PE, is a nuclear engineer and computational physicist who develops and applies complex computational algorithms to problems related to nuclear energy and national security. 

  • Experience in nuclear reactor physics and design, nuclear weapons analysis and modernization, counterproliferation, and arms control.
  • Serves on the National Academies Standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control.
  • Chairs the Mission Committee at Los Alamos National Laboratory, which oversees the laboratory’s weapons and global security programs.
  • Elected Fellow, American Nuclear Society.
  • Former advisor to U.S. Strategic Command and current advisor to the Nuclear Weapons Council, U.S. Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, various nuclear-weapons organizations in the U.S. Departments of Defense and Energy, and various agencies within the Intelligence Community.

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