Bruce Hendrickson is Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s
(LLNL) associate director for Computation, where he works to advance the lab’s
leadership and strategic partnerships in simulations and data science. Before
joining LLNL, Hendrickson worked for 26 years at Sandia National Laboratories
in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he also served as an affiliated professor of
computer science at the University of New Mexico.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and
a Master of Science in physics from Brown University. Hendrickson attended
Cornell University as a Hertz fellow from 1985-1990, where he received his PhD
in computer science.
He is a fellow of the Society for Industrial
and Applied Mathematics, a fellow of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science, a distinguished member of the Association for Computing
Machinery and a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers. He has earned numerous national honors and awards, and holds four