Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



Defense Systems Analysis Group applies multiphysics solutions for the design and analysis of defense and civilian systems, with technical depth in reinforced concrete, composites, hypervelocity penetration mechanics, dynamics material response, and rotordynamics. We utilize state-of-the-art physics based codes and Paradyn for the solution to complex system response.


Ed Kokko, 925-422-4246
Group Leader



ContactPhoneDiscipline Expertise
Matthew Barham 925-422-0380 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, EM Analysis, Plasma/MHD, Materials, Software Development, Parallel Computing
William Elmer 925-423-8403 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Material Models (concrete), Software Development, Parallel Computing
Doug Faux 925-423-9705 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Materials, Parallel Computing
Lisle Hagler 925-423-8595 Rotordynamics, ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Ansys, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Materials
Wesley Keller 925-423-1277 ALE3D, structural analysis, thermal analysis, mechanical analysis, materials, software development, parallel computing
Ed Kokko 925-422-4246 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Materials, Parallel Computing, Scripting
Greg Schebler 925-423-5171 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Materials, Parallel Computing
Ryan Vignes 925-422-4897 ALE3D, Dyna/Paradyn, Structural Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Mechanical Analysis, Materials, Parallel Computing