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​​​FY 2018 DOE-NE Webinar Schedule

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CINR Workscope Specific Q&A     

All times listed are Eastern time.

  Tuesday, August 8, 2017
12:00p-1:00p     

Consolidated Innovative Nuclear Research FOA Overview
JoAnne Hanners and Aaron Gravelle, DOE-ID; Kenny Osborne, DOE-NE; Gregory Bala and John Gilligan, NEUP Integration Office

1:00p-1:30p

Industry FOA Overview

Mike Worley, DOE-NE

1:30p-2:00p

GAIN Overview and Update

John Jackson, Idaho National Laboratory

2:00p-3:15p

 

NEAMS 1: Nuclear Energy Advanced Modeling & Simulation

NEAMS 2: Separate Effects Irradiation Testing for Validation of Microstructural Models in Marmot

MS-NE-1: Benchmark Evaluations

MS-NE-2: Nuclear Data Needs for Nuclear Energy Applications

Dan Funk, DOE-NE

  3:15p-3:30p

IRP-RC-1: Versatile Advanced Test Reactor Engineering Design and Safety

RC-4.3: Development on Advanced Instrumentation which Permits the Collection of  Real Time Data of Fuel and Materials Properties During Irradiation in a Fast Spectrum Test Reactor

John Herczeg, DOE-NE

  3:30p-4:00p

 

FC-2: Advanced Fuels

FC-2.1: Benchmarking Microscale Mechnical Property Measurements

FC-2.2: Advanced Fabrication Methods for Metallic Fast Reactor Fuels

FC-2.3: Damage and Failure Mechanisms for SiC/SiC Composite Fuel Cladding and Mitigation Technologies

Janelle Eddins and Frank Goldner, DOE-NE

   4:00p-4:30p

 

RC-4.1: High Temperature Gas Reactors 

RC-4.2: Flouride Salt Cooled High Temperature Reactors

Diana Li, DOE-NE

 4:30p-5:00p

 

NEET-2: Advanced Digital Monitoring and Control Technology

NSUF-1.1: Testing of Advanced Materials or Advanced Sensors for Nuclear Applications 

 

Suibel Schuppner, DOE-NE

 Wednesday​, August 9, 2016
10:00a-10:30a

Consolidated Scientific Infrastructure FOA Overview 

Rory Kennedy and Dan Ogden, Nuclear Science User Facilities (NSUF), Idaho National Laboratory

10:30a-11:00a

NSUF Overview: Nuclear Energy-Related R&D Supported by Nuclear Science User Facilities Capabilities

Alison Hahn, DOE-NE

11:00a-11:30a

Changes to the CINR FOA affecting NSUF
NSUF-2: Access Only Workscope

Dan Ogden, Idaho National Laboratory

11:30p-12:00p    

 NEET-1: Advanced Methods for Manufacturing 

Alison Hahn, DOE-NE

Lunch
1:00p-1:30p

RC-5-6-7: Light Water Reactor Sustainability
Trevor Cook, DOE-NE

2:00p-2:30p

RC-3: Experimental Investigation of Radioisotope Retention Capability of Liquid Metal Coolants (Sodium and Lead)
Tom Sowinski, DOE-NE

2:30p-3:00p

NE-2: Hybrid Energy Systems Design and Modeling
Carl Sink, DOE-NE

3:00p-3:30p

                 

RC-2.1: Development of Thermochemical Database for Understanding Salt Behavior in Molten Salt Reactors

RC-2.2: Development of Thermochemical Database for Understanding Salt Behaviour in Molten Salt Reactors

Brian Robinson, DOE-NE

  3:30p-4:00p

FC-4: Used Nuclear Fuel Disposition
John Orchard, DOE-NE

4:00p-4:30p

NE-1: Nuclear Enegy-Cybersecurity Research Topics and Metrics Analyses

Trevor Cook, DOE-NE

​Thursday, August 10, 2017
10:00a-10:30a

FC-1: Material Recovery and Waste Form Development
Steven Kung, Jim Bresee, Kimberly Gray, DOE-NE​

10:30a-11:00a

FC-3: Advanced Data Integration for Domestic Nuclear Safeguards
Mike Reim, DOE-NE

11:00a-11:30a

MS-FC-1: Fuel Cycle R&D
Bill McCaughey, DOE-NE

11:30a-12:00p

 

RC-1.1: Down-Selection of Cladding Materials for Structural Components in Liquid-Fueled Molten Salt Reactors

RC-1.2: Innovative New Alloys for Molten Salt Reactor Structural Applications

Bill Corwin, DOE-NE