Timothy Scheibe

Timothy Scheibe

Staff Scientist, Hydrology,
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Dr. Scheibe’s primary research focus is on multiscale modeling of biogeochemically reactive transport in groundwater systems, including microbial transport in groundwater and bioremediation of metals and radionuclides. He collaborates with computational scientists, microbiologists, and geochemists to apply high-performance computation to simulate coupled flow, transport, and biogeochemical processes at cellular, pore and continuum scales. Dr. Scheibe serves on the editorial board of the scientific journal Ground Water, is active in several scientific organizations, and in 2010 served as the Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecturer (sponsored by the National Ground Water Association). He is currently also the interim director of the Molecular Sciences Computing Facility at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) at PNNL, which operates the world’s 13th largest supercomputer in support of the mission of DOE’s Biological and Environmental Research office.

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