The US Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Sensors and Instrumentation (ASI) program focuses on research and development (R&D) of technologies that benefit the nuclear community by enhancing measurement capabilities and addressing critical I&C technology gaps in support of sustaining the existing reactor fleet, deployment of next generation advanced reactor designs, and assisting ongoing materials and fuels experiments. ASI enables this crosscutting research by investing in emerging technologies under development at universities and national laboratories, and by evaluating and elevating technology maturity through technology commercialization efforts with industry partners. The program is organized in three research areas: sensors for advanced reactors, sensors for irradiation experiments and sensors integration. Each area technical lead is a panel member. The fourth panel member represents the perspective of one of the program major stakeholders, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. This panel discusses the outcome of research activities funded by ASI and their implication on the accelerated deployment of advanced reactor technologies.


  • Christian M. Petrie (ORNL)
  • Austin D. Fleming (INL)
  • Craig Primer (INL)
  • Christopher B. Cook (U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission)


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