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Greg Selby

Greg Selby is Senior Technical Executive at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). The EPRI NDE Program delivers NDE technology, technology transfer, training, and qualifications for all U.S. nuclear utilities and for about two dozen international utilities. Selby’s research has focused on developing ultrasonic techniques for examining reactor piping, pressure vessels, pressure vessel internals, bolting, and turbines. Since 1993 he has led EPRI’s successful, strategic drive for acceptance and adoption of phased array ultrasonic technology in the nuclear power industry. Selby also led EPRI’s support of inspection issues for the Boiling Water Reactor Vessel and Internals Project from the mid-1990s through 2006.  After a period of administrative responsibility for the Program 2007-2013, Selby is again focusing on research contributions. Selby joined EPRI in 1983 as a Senior Engineer in the NDE Program. Before joining EPRI, Selby worked at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington as a Senior Engineer in the NDE group. His research there in NDE reliability led to his employment at EPRI and to his initial responsibilities there, developing training and qualification programs for NDE of reactor coolant piping systems. Selby received a Bachelor of Science degree in nuclear engineering from Oregon State University.
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