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Regan Burmeister

Document Analyst

Regan Burmeister is a Q-cleared document analyst for the Los Alamos Historical Document Retrieval and Assessment Project.

  • M.S., Health Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991
  • B.A., Physics, University of Colorado, 1991

Regan Burmeister supported the investigation of the quality of historical uranium effluent monitoring for the Oak Ridge Health Studies Dose Reconstruction Project. He has also modified and developed software to aid radiation shielding analysis. Specific projects include the investigation of detector response functions for a buried waste monitor using Monte Carlo numerical codes; conducting dose rate and shielding analysis for a radwaste facility; writing a geometry visualization code used for visual debugging to shielding geometries; and, modification of point-kernel shielding codes to use Monte Carlo techniques to aid in shielding calculations. Regan has provided support in two litigation cases involving releases of radioactive materials from nuclear facilities. The support has been in the areas of source term development, uncertainty analysis and dose reconstruction.

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