The Labs' announcement notes that Keith has "shaped the future" through his work "to develop and apply pulsed-power drivers to important problems in high energy density science and inertial confinement fusion." Keith stated, "With each new generation of pulsed-power drives, the number of applications grew and now includes radiation effects science, radiation physics, fusion physics (both indirect x-ray drive and magnetic direct drive), dynamic material properties and various physics issues associated with the performance of the nuclear explosive package."
Keith is currently the director of the Pulsed Power Sciences Center at Sandia Labs. A fellow of the American Physical Society, he is also a former member of Fusion Power Associates Board of Directors and the recipient of Fusion Power Associates 2011 Leadership Award.
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