Senior Scientist @ Exponent Failure Analysis
Dr. Sorini has expertise in failure analysis, intellectual property claim support, class action technical support, applied computer science, x-ray physics, and material science. He has over six years of experience developing state-of-the-art computer software to solve complex problems. During graduate school, Dr. Sorini studied x-ray absorption and wrote his dissertation on the scattering and absorption of fast electrons in matter, as exemplified in transmission electron microscopy. During his postdoctoral work at Stanford, he studied high-temperature superconductivity and other emergent phenomena via resonant x-ray scattering and designed and implemented large-scale sparse-matrix computer code to simulate x-ray spectroscopy. While at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Dr. Sorini developed software to simulate warm dense matter and equations of state relevant for radiation hydrodynamics. Dr. Sorini is familiar with FORTRAN, C++, python, and Java computing languages.