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Division members promote the advancement of mathematical and computational methods for solving problems arising in all disciplines encompassed by the Society. They place particular emphasis on numerical techniques for efficient computer applications to aid in the dissemination, integration, and proper use of computer codes, including preparation of computational benchmark and development of standards for computing practices, and to encourage the development on new computer codes and broaden their use.
2021 Student Conference
April 8–10, 2021
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Fusion Science and Technology
Understanding the ITER Project in the context of global Progress on Fusion
(photo: ITER Project gangway assembly)
The promise of hydrogen fusion as a safe, environmentally friendly, and virtually unlimited source of energy has motivated scientists and engineers for decades. For the general public, the pace of fusion research and development may at times appear to be slow. But for those on the inside, who understand both the technological challenges involved and the transformative impact that fusion can bring to human society in terms of the security of the long-term world energy supply, the extended investment is well worth it.
Failure is not an option.
November 11–15, 2018
Joining Forces to Advance Nuclear
Orlando, FL|Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek
Daniel Churchman (Fleet Engineering Director, Southern Nuclear)
John D. Bess (R&D Nuclear Engineer, Idaho National Laboratory)
Assistant Program Chairs:
Robert Margolis (Principal Engineer, Florida Power & Light)
Gokul Vasudevamurthy (Scientist IV, General Atomics)
Embedded Topical Meeting
Leigh Winfrey (Associate Professor, University of Florida)
Trey Gebhart (Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
John Gilligan (Executive Associate Dean, North Carolina State University)
Arnold Lumsdaine (R&D Engineer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Gregory Staack (Engineer, Savannah River National Laboratory)
Student Program Chair:
Lauren Garrison (Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Xu Cheng (Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
John C. Luxat (Professor, McMaster University)
Sofiane Benhamadouche (Expert Researcher, EDF R&D)
Sama Bilbao y Leon (Director of Nuclear Engineering Programs, Virginia Commonwealth University)
Elia Merzari (Nuclear Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory)
Piyush Sabharwall (Nuclear Scientist, Idaho National Laboratory)
Yong Hoon Jeong (Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
The second Advances in Nuclear Nonproliferation Technology and Policy Conference (ANTPC) 2018 is rescheduled to take place
during the ANS Winter Meeting due to widespread flooding following Hurricane Florence. This Meeting is co-sponsored by
the American Nuclear Society's Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy and Fuel Cycle Waste Management Divisions. The goal is to
stimulate conversation among nuclear science researchers, facilities operators, and policy makers and provide a venue for
discussions on relevant policy and technical needs in nonproliferation.
John Mattingly (Associate Professor, North Carolina State University)
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COCHAIRs:
Rian Bahran (Staff Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Margaret Harding (4 Factor Consulting, LLC)