Tommy Holschuh

Tommy is currently pursuing a master's degree in nuclear engineering at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR. He received a bachelor's in nuclear engineering from OSU in 2013.

Tommy began performing research for Sandia National Laboratories in 2007 and Oregon State University in 2010. His previous research areas include magnetically-confined fusion, supercritical CO2 Brayton cycle systems, irradiation experiments, and advanced diagnostics for the U.S. research reactor fuel conversion program. Additionally, he is involved in OSU's student chapter of the American Nuclear Society, in which he leads outreach programs for Boy Scouts and other local youth groups.

For his graduate work, he will be involved in the High Temperature Test Facility, a scaled gas reactor facility, as a research assistant under Dr. Brian Woods. Tommy enjoys living in Oregon and likes trail running, rock climbing, and soccer.