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Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems (MiNES 2023)
December 10–14, 2023
New Orleans, LA|New Orleans Marriott
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Westinghouse, OPG to explore reactor deployment opportunities
Westinghouse Electric Company and Ontario Power Generation have signed a memorandum of understanding establishing a framework to identify potential areas of cooperation for the deployment of nuclear technologies in Canada, the companies jointly announced this morning. (While based in Cranberry Township, Pa., Westinghouse is owned by Canadian firms Brookfield Asset Management and Cameco.)
The ANS Accelerator Applications Division established this scholarship in November 2006 for students pursuing degrees in Physics, Engineering, or Materials Science.
Accelerator Applications Division (AAD)
A selection committee will be established by the Accelerator Applications Division.
Undergraduate – Junior and Senior
1 awarded annually @ $2,000/each
Total award is $2000 over a two-year period
The student must demonstrate, through transcripts, satisfactory progress toward the completion of his or her degree to receive the second-year award.
1. The AAD Scholarship Selection Committee will select the scholarship recipient.
2. The award criteria are:
3. Additional considerations will be given to those candidates who:
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