United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Christopher J. Fong

CJ is the Team Leader for Risk-Informed Licensing Initiatives in the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation. His duties include overseeing the review of first-of-a-kind risk-informed applications such as tornado missile analysis and risk-informed response to GSI-191 (PWR sump clogging). Since joining the NRC's Region II office in 2001, he has held a variety of technical positions, including reactor inspector, construction project inspector, construction resident inspector at Watts Bar 2, senior construction project inspector, and reliability and risk analyst. From 2006 - 2008, he participated in the NRC's Graduate Fellowship Program, completing a Master's Degree under the advisement of Commissioner Apostolakis. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Nuclear Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering/PRA from MIT.
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