M. Giselle Fernandez-Godino – Los Alamos National Laboratory
Giselle is a postdoctoral research associate in the Verification and Analysis Group, X Computational Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory since 2019. Her research is currently focused on machine learning applied to fracture mechanics and inertial confinement fusion. Giselle earned her bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering from Instituto Balseiro, Argentina in 2014. She earned her master’s degree in mechanical engineering in 2016 and her Ph.D. degree in aerospace engineering in 2018 from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida under the supervision of Dr. Haftka and Dr. Balachandar. Her research focused on multi-fidelity surrogates and uncertainty quantification of large-scale multiphase flow simulations.