Thomas Zacharia

Thomas Zacharia

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Thomas Zacharia (born 1957 in Kerala, India) is an Indian-American computer scientist. He received his bachelors degree in Mechanical engineering from National Institute of Technology Karnataka (then Karnataka Regional Engineering College) in 1980 and a master’s degree in Materials Science from the University of Mississippi in 1984. He obtained his doctoral degree from Clarkson University in 1987. He is well-known for his research in computational materials science, particularly on Marangoni Effect in solidification processes. His current research is concerned primarily with petascale computing and its application to Grand Challenge problems. He is currently the Deputy Laboratory Director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Professor at the University of Tennessee.

Awards and honors

  • Fellow, American Welding Society, 2005.
  • ORNL Workforce Diversity Award, 2001.
  • ORNL Leader of the Year Award, 2000.
  • ORNL Leadership Award, 2000.
  • Award of Merit in Technical Communication, Society for Technical Communications, 1999.
  • Lockheed Martin Energy Research President's Award, 1999.
  • A. F. Davis Silver Medal Award, American Welding Society, 1999.
  • Distinguished Lecture Award, Nanchang University, China, 1996.
  • Martin Marietta Energy Systems Technical Achievement Award, 1995.
  • William Spraragen Award, American Welding Society, 1995 and 1989.
  • Champion H. Mathewson Award (co-author citation), American Society for......
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