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2021 ANS Winter Meeting and Technology Expo
November 30–December 3, 2021
Washington, DC|Washington Hilton
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ANS Winter Meeting: What it will take to “Fuel our Nuclear Future"
The 2021 ANS Winter Meeting and Technology Expo began this morning with a Opening Plenary Session chaired by Winter Meeting general chair Amir Vexler, president and chief executive officer of Orano USA. It was an opportunity to both celebrate achievements that are already building a “Nuclear Future” and to identify needs and challenges ahead.
Influential speakers from the U.S. Congress, the Department of Energy, and the Nuclear Energy Institute joined ANS president Steven Nesbit and ANS CEO/executive director Craig Piercy to explore key issues associated with the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle, including supply and demand for high-assay, low-enriched uranium (HALEU). They didn’t stop there, however. They took questions from an in-person and virtual audience that probed other requirements of a sustainable nuclear future, including fueling a human resources pipeline.
D. V. Rao
Jim KinseyMark Holbrook and Wayne Moe
Richard K. Lester
Margaret E. Harding
Mario D. Carelli
Ernest D. EasonG. Robert OdetteRandy K. NanstadTakuya Yamamoto and Joyce E. Wright.
Terry L. Schulz
Chien Chang (Johnny) Lin
David I. PostonTerry Kammash
Charles W. Forsberg
Barth DoroshukJohn RycynaMarvin BowmanDonis Shaw
Raymond W. Durante
Bruno SicardHerve BernardJean-Paul Chaudat and Jacques Bourges
Bernard L. Cohen
J. Neil Rutger
Jerry D. Christian
H. "Peter" PlanchonJohn I. Sackett
Jean Francois PineauAllain RannouMarie-Christine Robe
Bruce D. Kenyon
Glen J. SchoessowAlfred C. Tollison, Jr.James D. Vandergrift
Milton LevensonWilliam R. StrattonEdward Warman
Michael E. PhelpsTeam: Thomas F. BudingerStephen E. Derenzo and Ronald H. Huseman
Jack E. Vessely and John M. ArmaralTeam of Leonard ReichleBenjamin TenzerBertrand MazoHonorable Mention to Maurice G. Silk and team of Gary DauWilliam J. CollinsMohamed Behravesh
Allison M. Platt and team of R. BonniaudN. Jacquet-FrancillonA. JouanF. Laude and C. Sombret
Loft/Semiscale Project and D.O. CampbellA.P. MalinauskasW.R. Stratton
Cyril Comar (posthumous)
Yankee Atomic Electric Company
Experimental Breeder Reactor (EBR-II) Project Team
J.O. BiomekeF. CullerJ. BlomekeD.E. Ferguson and R. Wymer
Norman C. Rasmussen
Edward G. Struxness
G. Robert Keepin
Lendell E. Steele
Ely M. Gelbard
Arthur G. Ward
W. Wayne Meinke
Warren R. GromesPaul Cohen
Jack ChernickMark Nelkin
V.P. GuinnG.W. LedicotteR.M. WalterP.B. Price and R.L. Fleischer
Leon O. Jacobson
Alberto F. Thompson