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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
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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.
Ray A. Hunter
John J. Dorning
University of Wisconsin-Madison (First Place)Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (Second Place)Texas A&M Third Place
Timothy E. Valentine
Robert E. SchenterDonald H. Williams
Joseph M. Hendrie
Small Local SectionsLong Island (Meritorious, Best Public Information and Education, Best Section Management)Eastern Washington (Best Membership)Washington DC (Best Meetings and Programs)Large Local SectionsIdaho (Meritorious)International Local SectionsJapan (Best Meetings and Programs, Best Section Management)
FFTF OperationsMaintenanceEngineeringin recognition of disciplined defueling operations and storage operations of spent mixed oxide fuel
Christopher L. Castrianni
G. Robert Odette
Bernadette L. KirkMartine Griffon-Fouco
Hyman G. RickoverRobert R. SeidelUnited States Naval Nuclear Propulsion ProgramGerald Woodcock
Pierre LecocqHerve Freslon
Ambassador Richard T. Kennedy
Raymond W. Durante
Marilyn D. Weber
GraduateGeorgia Institute of TechnologyL. aldridge, R. Beilke, L. Bryson, E. Davidson, T. Deterding, J. Evans, E. Fort, R. Jeffcoat, S. Klima, M. McLain, A. Nielsen, M. O'Neill, G. Poe, H. Rehman, B. Rose, G. Roach, A. Rodriguez, R. Still, D. Thomas, M. ValenzanoUniversity of TennesseeL. Attieh, D. Bentizinger, L. Berg, D. Evans, D. Pointer, M. WyattUndergraduatePurdue UniversityMichael Bartel, Robert Miller, Benjamin WilsonUniversity of TennesseeW. Bird, S. Brame, C. Duck, M. Eakin, D. Ho
Harold W. Lewis
Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating StationGPU NuclearCrystal River 3Florida Power Corporation
Harold B. Ray Southern California Edison
Dr. Gerald C. Pomraning posthumouslyRafael B. Perez
Eugene P. Wilkinson