David Reyna

David began his career studying fundamental nuclear and particle physics, spending more than a decade at many of the world's premier research laboratories. More than half of that time was spent studying and understanding the properties of the elusive neutrino. In 2007, he moved to Sandia National Laboratories in California to lead an effort to turn this ghostly particle into a tool for monitoring nuclear reactors and assisting the international safeguards agencies. He obtained a PhD from the American University in nuclear physics.