United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Michael Hoehn, II

Michael Hoehn II is a Supervising Engineer at the Callaway Energy Center.  He has over ten (10) years of nuclear power experience, primarily in the area of Materials Degradation Management and is currently serving as a Supervising Engineer, Nuclear Oversight.  His previous roles include Engineering Programs Supervisor and Programs Engineer with direct ownership of numerous Materials Degradation Programs including Alloy 600, Reactor Vessel Integrity, Thermal Fatigue and Fatigue Monitoring Programs. In addition, he has served as a Project Manager leading several key materials related projects including the Callaway Pressurizer Weld Overlay Project and Reactor Vessel Nozzle Mitigation Project.  Hoehn is actively involved with the EPRI Materials Reliability Program (MRP) serving as Vice Chair of the EPRI MRP Integration Committee and Chair of the Technical Support Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).  Hoehn graduated from the University of Missouri Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
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