U.S.-China Ecopartnership for Environmental Sustainability - USCEES

Future Opportunities in Nuclear Power

October 16 @ 3:00 PM - - October 17 @ 5:00 PM - 10/16 in Stewart Center Loeb Playhouse and 10/17 in Burton D. Morgan (MRGN), room 121

The two-day event will (1) discuss knowledge gaps, challenges and opportunities in nuclear power, (2) showcase/poster session ‘Nuclear Energy Research at Purdue,’ and (3) identify interdisciplinary collaborations. The event will consist of a public lecture, a technical  keynote inauguration lecture, and a research workshop.

Five panel sessions include:

•Advances in Nuclear Fuel/Materials
•Advances in Reactor Concepts/Next Generation of Reactors
•Advances in Radiation Detection and Monitoring
•Industry Perspective - Research and Technical Challenges in Nuclear Power
•Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations

Discovery Lecture Series Speaker - Nuclear Power: Past, Present, and Future by Sal Golub, Associate Deputy Secretary for Nuclear Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy

Technical Keynote Inauguration Speaker - Research/technical challenges, opportunities for advanced nuclear energy systems in the 21st Century by Phillip Finck, Chief Scientist, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Fall, Idaho

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There is no registration fee, however registration is required. Please register by Oct 13, 2014.

 

For more information contact: (Technical) Anter El-Azab (aelazab@purdue.edu) and Pankaj Sharma (sharma@purdue.edu) or (Logistics) Jill Wable (jwable@purdue.edu)

The Discovery Lecture Series and research workshop are co-sponsored: College of Engineering; Energy Center Discovery Park; School of Nuclear Engineering; Krannert Energy Club; Lilly Endowment Inc.; Purdue Chapter of American Nuclear Society; Purdue Energy Forum.

 

Poster Session: change in time/date/location: There will not be a poster session prior to lecture on Oct 16. They will now be displayed during the entire workshop on Oct 17th from 7:30 am until 2:30 pm during the Nuclear Power Research workshop in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship (MRGN) Cafe.  The authors may be available to present from 10:00-10:30 am or at 2 pm.

 You may bring your poster to MANN 105 any time prior to Oct 17 and pick them up after 4 pm on Oct 17, and we will mount it on a poster board. Alternately, you could set it up prior to starting event at 8 am. We understand that this new time and date may not meet your schedule and understand if you are not able to participate. Posters should be 3' wide x 4' high.

 

Driving: Directions may be found here.

 

Parking: Event parking will be available behind the Birck Nanotechnology Building. Turn South on Martin Jischke to Nimitz Dr, first right off the round-about. Take a Right on Nimitz. Proceed through first stop sign and take a right at the stop sign for Marshall Drive. Enter the parking lot on the left. Please park where there are barricades with signs.“No Parking Police Orders”.

 

Ground Transportation:

Lafayette Limo service: www.lafayettelimo.com or  (765)497-3828

Express Air Coach: www.expressaircoach.com or (765) 743-3120

 

Lodging: Accomodations may be made at the following:

Purdue Memorial Union (PMU)

101 North Grant Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
(800) 320-6291
(765) 494-8913

Hilton Garden Inn

356 E State St
West Lafayette, IN 47906
(765) 743-2100

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