T4 Emerging Issues in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
In the next several years, the U.S. nuclear fuel cycle program will experience a number of changes, including the startup of new facilities, the implementation of international safeguards measures, and the consideration of advanced technologies, such as reprocessing.
A broad range of technical, regulatory, and policy issues confront stakeholders in this dynamic fuel cycle environment. Representatives from the NRC, industry, and international groups will present important perspectives on the leading issues affecting fuel cycle facilities.
John Kinneman, Director, Division of Fuel Cycle Safety and Safeguards, NRC/NMSS
- RIC 2012 International Safeguards
Peter Habighorst, Chief, Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards, NRC
- Front-end Fuel Cycle: The Present is the Key to the Future
William Szymanski, Director, Uranium Management and Policy, Office of Nuclear Energy, Department of Energy
- Fuel Facility Construction Update
James Moorman III, Director, Division of Construction Projects, Center for Construction Inspection, NRC/Region II
- Depleted Uranium Deconversion and Fluorine Extraction
Steve Laflin, Chief Executive Officer, International Isotopes, Inc.
Booma Venkataraman, Electrical Engineer, Division of Fuel Cycle Safety and Safeguards, NRC/NMSS, tel: 301-492-3179, e-mail: Booma.Venkataraman@nrc.gov