Ronald “Ron” Lantz is the founder and past President and Chairman of the Board of INTERA, Inc., from 1974 through 1993. Ron is recognized worldwide for his contributions in quantifying numerical dispersion for application of finite difference and finite element methods to reservoir engineering, groundwater and air contamination problems. During his career at INTERA, he served on an NRC panel reviewing proposed EPA radioactive waste guidelines, provided review comments to the DOE on the proposed NRC radioactive waste guidelines and provided expert testimony for a number of court and board hearings related to groundwater and atmospheric problems. Ron also served on the development committee for all internal model development. This included development of numerical models related to groundwater, both saturated and unsaturated, contaminant transport, uncertainty analysis, petroleum reservoir engineering, geophysical workstation and atmospheric transport.
Ronald Lantz, PhD
Board Member, Compensation Committee
PhD, Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University
MS, Chemical Engineering, University of Nebraska
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Nebraska