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  • Joanne Wendelberger

  • Scientist, Statistical Sciences Group , CCS-6
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  • (505) 665-4840
Joanne Wendelberger has been a member of the Statistical Sciences Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory since 1992 and a Fellow of the American Statistical Association since 2005. She came to Los Alamos in 1992 as a Technical Staff Member, progressing to Project Leader, Deputy Group Leader, Group Leader, and Acting Deputy Division Leader prior to returning to fulltime technical work in her current position as a senior level Scientist. She previously worked as a Statistical Consultant at the General Motors Research Laboratories. Throughout her career, Dr. Wendelberger’s research has been motivated by the need to develop solutions to complex interdisciplinary problems, with a growing focus on the interface between statistics and computer science. Her current research interests include statistical experimental design and test planning, statistical bounding and uncertainty, materials degradation modeling, sampling and analysis in large-scale computation and visualization, probabilistic computing, and education modeling. Recent publications have included work on algorithms for computer-generated experimental designs, uncertainty in designed experiments, variation in controlled experimental variables, randomized selection on the GPU, data sampling using bitmap indexing, power usage in production super computers, and in situ sampling of a large-scale particle simulation.

Joanne's areas of expertise include:

Statistical Modeling and Analysis

Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments

Error Analysis

Statistical Bounding

Uncertainty Quantification

Data Science at Scale

Data Visualization

Probabilistic Computing