environmental health scientist
McKone is an expert on health-risk assessments associated with exposure to environmental contaminants such as pesticides and radioactive material. He is also an expert in modeling the transport of chemicals across vast distances, and determining how this transport affects human health.
For the last ten years, Curt Oldenburg has worked in two main areas of geologic carbon sequestration: CO2 injection for enhanced gas recovery, and near-surface leakage and seepage processes, monitoring, detection, and impacts including risk-based frameworks for site selection and certification.
Brian Tierney is a staff scientist and group leader of the ESnet Advanced Network Technologies Group at Berkeley Lab. His research interests include high-performance networking and network protocols; distributed system performance monitoring and analysis; network tuning issues; and the application of distributed computing to problems in science and engineering. He has also served as PI for several DOE research projects in network and grid-monitoring systems for data-intensive distributed computing.