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Conference on Nuclear Training and Education: A Biennial International Forum (CONTE 2023)
February 6–9, 2023
Amelia Island, FL|Omni Amelia Island Resort
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Nominations for national awards open for 2023 ANS Annual Meeting
Nominations for the 2023 Annual Meeting awards are now being accepted, through the deadline of March 1. Hash Hashemian, chair of the ANS Honors and Awards Committee, urged members in a letter posted online to nominate their peers: “Your nomination of highly qualified individuals is the key step in recognizing their contributions and ensuring that the ANS Honors and Awards Program is aware of their achievements.” The recipients of the national awards, listed below, will be honored at the 2023 ANS Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Ind. Honorees will be notified of their selection by May.
Technical Session|Panel|Sponsored by MCD
Wednesday, December 1, 2021|2:35–4:00PM EST |Columbia 3
Madicken Munk (Univ. of Ill., Urbana-Champaign)
Brian C. Kiedrowski
Tara M. Pandya
Topic: When research goes wrong, turn the table or ditch?
This roundtable discussion will delve into the topic of how, what, when, and why to proceed from failed research in the nuclear mathematics and computational community. Do you pivot, ditch it all, or turn it all around? Also, how is failure currently perceived in the MCD community especially when it comes to publishing? Has this changed from the past and will it change going forward? These are just some of the questions that will be explored. Personal anecdotes and experiences will be shared from a panel of speakers as well as the audience.
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