Scientist Profile: Patricia Falcone, PhD

February 4, 2019 |  

Deputy Director for Science and Technology
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford
MS, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford
BSE, Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences, Princeton

Dr. Patricia Falcone oversees the strategic development of LLNL’s capabilities and is responsible for the lab’s research collaborations with academia and the private sector. Dr. Falcone joined LLNL in 2015 after six years at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), serving as the presidentially appointed and U.S. Senate-confirmed Associate Director of OSTP for National Security and International Affairs.

Dr. Falcone can speak and advise on the following technical fields:

  • Science and technology dimensions of national security policy deliberations.
  • Federal support of national security research and development.
  • Assessment of new technologies for mission applications.
  • Advanced energy conversion technologies.

 

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Updated: 2019.02.04

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