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Virtual Reactor Lecture Series
Nonproliferation and National Security Department


Series Registration

BNL Scientist Dr. Lynne Ecker will deliver five lectures on reactor technology, starting with traditional reactors (LWRs, PWRs, CANDU) and continuing with small modular reactors and other advanced reactor designs that are currently being considered or may be considered in the future for licensing in the United States or elsewhere.

The purpose of these lectures is to educate safeguards practitioners in the DOE network of laboratories, plants, and sites who may not have expertise in reactor technology so that they can effectively contribute to the development and implementation of safeguards for reactors of the future. The lectures will be 45 minutes in duration and will be followed by Q&A and open discussion of the challenges related to the implementation of safeguards posed by advanced reactors.

Series Agenda

All lectures are from 1:00 p.m. EST to 2:30 p.m.

  • Friday, July 16 − Water Cooled Reactors
  • Thursday, July 29 − Sodium Cooled Reactors
  • Thursday, August 12 − Gas Cooled Reactors
  • Rescheduled, date to be announced − Molten Salt Reactors
  • Rescheduled, date to be announced − Advanced and Special Purpose Reactors

Access to Series for Non-U.S. citizens

  • Non-U.S. citizens who do not have an active Brookhaven National Laboratory appointment must complete a Brookhaven Lab Guest Form by July 15, 2021 and be approved in the BNL Guest Information System (GIS) before you can participate in this virtual lecture series.
  • The link to the Brookhaven Lab Guest Form will be provided to you after you have completed the series registration.

Join the Lecture Remotely

The Zoom connection information will be provided to you prior to the start of the event. Please do not give out this connection information. It is only for registered attendees.

Please contact Susan Pepper (631-344-5979, if you have questions or need assistance completing this registration form.

Note: This event falls under Exemption B. Meetings to consider internal agency business matters held in Federal facilities. This exemption would include activities such as meetings that take place as part of an organization’s regular course of business, do not exhibit indicia of a formal conference as outlined in the DOE Memorandum of August 17, 2015 and takes place in a Federal facility.

Event ID: E00003815

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