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President's Profile Steven Arndt: Prioritizing participation and advocacy
Steven Arndt began his one-year term last month as president of the American Nuclear Society, bringing the same high level of energy, investment, and action he has exhibited throughout his career. Reflecting on a life spent improving nuclear safety and technology, he notes that it’s not just the work; it’s also about the people and building connections and relationships. Arndt fondly recalls Peter Lyons, former NRC commissioner, assistant secretary of energy for nuclear energy, and ANS board member who passed away in April 2021. “I have been incredibly lucky to know and work with some great people in our field, and almost to a person they have been like Pete Lyons,” Arndt said. “They have been gregarious, outgoing, and supportive.”
The Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors Virtual Meeting
Technical Session|Sponsored by Fuel Materials and Chemistry
Thursday, November 19, 2020|11:15AM–1:00PM (12:15–2:00PM EST)
Jason Hales (INL)
David Andersson (LANL)
Scott Palmtag (NCSU)
Brian Andersen (ORNL)
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Parameterization of BISON model for fission gas release in U3Si2 nuclear fuel using phase-field simulations
Larry Aagesen (Idaho National Laboratory), Michael R. Tonks (University of Florida), Giovanni Pastore (University of Tennessee), Yinbin Miao (Argonne National Laboratory), Kyle A. Gamble (Idaho National Laboratory), Michael W. D. Cooper (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Benjamin Beeler (North Carolina State University), David Andersson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Atomistic simulations for doped UO2
Michael W. Cooper (Los Alamos National Laboratory), David A. Andersson (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Christopher R. Stanek (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Christopher Matthews (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
BISON Capability and Validation for U3Si2, Cr2O3-doped UO2, FeCrAl, and Cr-coated Zircaloy ATF Concepts
Anders Andersson (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Michael W. D. Cooper (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Giovanni Pastore (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Kyle A. Gamble (Idaho National Laboratory)
Mechanism-based modeling of deformation for post-irradiated FeCrAl steel
Laurent Capolungo (LANL)
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