United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

John Fulton

John Fulton is a Principal Member of Technical Staff for Sandia National Laboratories Severe Accident Analysis Programs. He holds a Masters Degree in Atmospheric Science as well as Bachelor of Science Degrees in Meteorology and Computer Science. John Fulton currently serves as the Program Lead for the Emergency Response Software Development Team, the Project Lead for the RASCAL Source Term Model and the Dose Conversion and Risk Coefficient (DCFPAK) website. John further serves as the technical lead for the Department of Energy's Radioisotope Powered Safety Launch System Consequence Analysis.  John has been the project led and principle programmer for the scientific programming within TURBO FRMAC, SHARC, SAFIRE, Response Technical Tools, and numerous other products.  He has over fourteen years of developing and leading scientifically technical software development projects for the Nuclear Incidence Response Programs and Severe Accident Analysis Groups where his responsibilities have included researching and developing fundamental science, technical programming, project and now program management. Prior to his work at SNL John served as a researcher and developer of various atmospheric science models for six years, and has been developing software for approximately 30 years.
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