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2023 ANS Annual Meeting
June 11–14, 2023
Indianapolis, IN|Marriott Indianapolis Downtown
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Nuclear Science and Engineering
Fusion Science and Technology
Investing in the future of energy: Progress toward deploying U.S. advanced reactor projects
When people think of the deployment of advanced nuclear reactors in the United States, they might imagine something far into the future, with countless steps between concept and reality. But those steps are becoming strides, and the finish line is rapidly drawing closer.
Melvin J. Feldman
Michael L. Corradini
Idaho (Meritorious, Large)Eastern Carolinas (Meritorious, Small)Eastern Carolinas (Best Membership)Washington DC (Best Meetings and Programs)Eastern Washington (Best Public Information and Education)Idaho (Best Section Management)Swiss (Best International Public Information and Education)
Patrick Tierney and Eward L. Watzl (Northern States Power)Henry D. HukillT. Gary Broughton and Michael J. Ross (GPU Nuclear Corp.)Robert M. BruggerDon M. AlgerJ. Charles McKibben and Chester B. Edwards, Jr. (University of Missouri-Columbia)
K-25 Gaseous Diffusion Process Building Approved MayThe Los Alamos Water Boiler Reactor Approved May
James F. Schumar
Remy L. Carle
Jean Francois PineauAllain RannouMarie-Christine Robe
James F. Mallay
GraduatePennsylvania State UniversityManho ChungUniversity of TennesseeSaleh Alafifi, Al Boshers, Faisal Al-Gutifan, William Newmyer, Kevin ReynoldsUndergraduateArizona State UniversityKatheryn A. Jarvis, Robert G. Metcalf, Valerie Ochoa, Christopher N. PassmoreUniversity of Texas, Austin
D-III Design Team
Eugene P. Wigner