Terry Adams, Ph.D.
Dr. Terry Adams is a scientific software developer and computational physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in Los Alamos, New Mexico. He has 35 years of experience in computational physics that covers computational simulations, application engineering and developing scientific algorithms and production software.
Adams worked on a commercial quantum chemistry software package for Q-Chem, Inc. for nearly four years. In 1998, he started to work for Silicon Graphics, Inc. (SGI) and then LANL, where he gained parallel high-performance computing (HPC) experience working with and on several Advanced Simulation and Computing Initiative (ASC) projects.
Adams has an applied physics degree from Angelo State University and two physics degrees from Texas Tech University.