Nuclear Engineering Opportunities at Los Alamos National Laboratory

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IN-PERSON ONLY Dr. John Sarrao Deputy Director Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos' partnership with UC Berkeley pre-dates the start of the Manhattan Project and continues robustly today. Nevertheless, the National Labs in general, and Los Alamos in particular, are relatively unknown to many students (and faculty) in academia. This presentation provides an overview of

RadWatch & DoseNet: building scientific literacy through a network of radiation and environmental sensors

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**In-Person only** Ali Hanks Lecturer and Assistant Project Scientist in Nuclear Engineering University of California, Berkeley The 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant accident serves as an example of the risks associated with energy technologies and the need to minimize physical as well as psychological effects on local and global communities. We have established the

Development of CD46 targeted theranostics for imaging and treatment of cancer

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***IN-PERSON***                                     Dr. Robert  Flavell                          Associate ProfessorSection Chief, Molecular Imaging and TherapeuticsRadiology and Biomedical Imaging, and Pharmaceutical ChemistryUniversity of California, San Francisco   The development of novel

Bright Electron Sources for Ultrafast Science

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Daniele Filippetto Staff scientist Advanced Technology and Applied Physics Division, LBNL Electron beams are powerful tools for scientific and industrial applications. Owing to their short wavelength, electrons have seen broad use in advanced instrumentation, enabling X-ray generation, real-space imaging at sub-atomic scales, enhanced resolution in nano-fabrication, high precision mechanical machining and cancer treatment to name

Decision Making, Communication, and Risk: the Public Opinion Equation

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Jean-Pierre Beaudoin What is a good decision? How is that judgment made? What role does  Public Opinion  play? All these questions refer to notions that vary with time, context and culture of the population concerned. Who is the Public?  Public opinion is a generational phenomenon. It takes on average 25 years for the underlying values

Coherent control in intense laser matter interactions via polarization manipulation

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Franklin Dollar Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, School of Physical Sciences; Associate Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy; University of California, Irvine High intensity laser matter interactions with short pulse durations are the epitome of extreme science, at ultrafast timescales, extremely high energy densities, and relativistic effects defining the regime. In this talk, I will

The Evolving Nuclear Fuel Cycle – Challenges and Opportunities

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Dr. Monica C. Regalbuto Idaho National Laboratory Director, Integrated Fuel Cycle Strategy The United States is pursuing an aggressive plan to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions in which nuclear power is set to play a vital role. Accelerated development of advanced reactor designs introduce evolving nuclear fuel cycles that deviates from the commercially

Superconducting Magnets and the Path to Fusion Energy

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Brandon Sorbom, Chief Science Officer Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) MIT, Ph.D., Nuclear Science and Engineering (2017) Loyola Marymount University, B.S., Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics (2010) MIT and Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS), a new startup company focused on the rapid commercialization of fusion, are jointly pursuing a privately-funded, accelerated approach to demonstrate the feasibility of fusion

LBNL ‘s Applied Nuclear Physics program- developing concepts of radiation detection

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November 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 3105 Etcheverry Hall **in-person**Join Zoom Meeting https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/97323901362?pwd=ditaL1dQNnRTR1c2Y09HMDAvbVJUUT09 Meeting ID: 973 2390 1362 Passcode: 608663 Brian Quiter Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Researchers in the Applied Nuclear Physics (ANP) program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have focused on developing new radiation detectors and radiation detection methods to solve problems related to

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