The Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation (ETI), led by the Georgia Institute of Technology, is offering a summer school on advanced manufacturing for nonproliferation. It will be held from May 23 to May 27 on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta, and it will include presentations, lab demonstrations, and tours, including a visit to Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
The summer school is designed for students and researchers at all academic levels who are interested in learning about the intersection of nuclear engineering and advanced manufacturing. The topics to be covered include design engineering, manufacturing processes, advanced 3D printing, and predictive analytics.
This will be ETI’s third annual summer school, and the first to be held in person. In 2020 and 2021, the summer schools were held virtually because of COVID-19 restrictions.
ETI is one of three university-national laboratory consortia funded by the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.
Register: Registration ends on April 29. A one-to-two-page curriculum vitae, a half-page statement explaining why you want to attend the summer school, and U.S. citizenship or permanent residency status are required for participation. Limited financial support from the ETI Consortium will be available.
Questions about the ETI summer school should be directed to Kierra Payne.