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Nuclear Materials Science, Processing and Signature Discovery Workshop
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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

PNNL Welcome, Steve Ashby, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Director

INMM Welcome, Mona Dreicer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Science and Leadership in American Foreign Policy, Ambassador Laura Holgate, Nuclear Threat Initiative

Twenty-five Years of Nuclear Forensics: The Path Forward, David Kenneth Smith, International Atomic Energy Agency

Nuclear Materials Science and its Relevancy to Treaties and Policies, Michael Curry, U.S. Department of State

Nuclear Materials Science and Its Relevancy to Treaties and Policies – Session Chairs Mona Dreicer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and David Donnelly, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Developing Next Generation Experts – Session Chairs Sarah Frazar and Amanda Sayre, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Breakout Session – Introduction to Plutonium.

  • A Historical Perspective of the Herculean Accomplishments and Challenges of the Plutonium Processing – David E. Meier, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • A Brief Overview of Post-reactor Plutonium Reprocessing – Matthew K. Edwards, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • An Overview of Plutonium Chemistry and Characterization in the Context of Historic Flowsheets – Lucas E. Sweet, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Breakout Session – Poster Session – Jim Andre, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Forensics – Session Chairs Jon Schwantes, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Maria Wallenius, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Transuranium Elements

Breakout Session – Introduction to Plutonium.

  • A Historical Perspective of the Herculean Accomplishments and Challenges of the Plutonium Processing – David E. Meier, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • A Brief Overview of Post-reactor Plutonium Reprocessing –
    Matthew K. Edwards, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • An Overview of Plutonium Chemistry and Characterization in the Context of Historic Flowsheets – Lucas E. Sweet, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Signature Science – Session Chairs Mark Engelmann, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and John Auxier, University of Tennessee

Nuclear Material Processing and Nonproliferation – Session Chairs David E. Meier, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Ben Cipiti, Sandia National Laboratories