ENERGY SEMINAR SERIES

S2017

Wednesday, February 1
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Projecting Risk into the Future: Failure of a Geologic Repository and the Sinking of the Titanic 
Dr. Rodney C. Ewing, Department of Geological Sciences, Center for International Security & Cooperation, Stanford University 

Wednesday, February 8
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Progress in Separations of Minor Actinides for Used Nuclear Fuel Recycle
Dr. Bruce A. Moyer, Corporate Fellow and Group Leader, Chemical Separations, Chemical Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Wednesday, February 15
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Grand Energy Challenges: Rethinking Our Energy Future
Dr. Douglas Arent, Executive Director of the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Wednesday, February 22
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

From Individual Neutrons to Fleets of Reactors: Software Tools for Analyzing Complex Nuclear Energy Systems
Dr. Paul P.H. Wilson, Grainger Professor of Nuclear Engineering, Department of Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Wednesday, March 8
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Ambassador Christopher Hill, Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver

Wednesday, April 5
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Advancing Multi-Physics Modeling and Simulation for Nuclear Power Applications
Dr. Kostadin Ivanov, Professor and Head, Department of Nuclear Engineering, North Carolina State University

Wednesday, April 12
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

A Commercial Perspective on the Front End of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Malcolm Critchley, President and CEO and Nikko Collida, Business Development Manager, ConverDyn

Wednesday, April 19
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Next Generation Power System Test Cases
Dr. Bri-Mathius Hodge, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Wednesday, April 26
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Microporous Crystalline Membranes for Kr/Xe Separation
Moises Carreon, Coors Development Chair, Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, The Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, May 3
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Full Core Modeling with Coupled Monte-Carlo Codes
Dan Kotlyar, Assistant Professor, Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, Georgia Tech

F2016

Wednesday, August 31
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Climate Engineering and Climate Tipping-Point Scenarios
Professor Eric Bickel, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin

Wednesday, September 14
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

How to Network Nuclear Engineers and Scientists to Bridge the Divide Between Science and Policy
Dr. Charles Ferguson, President, Federation of American Scientists

Wednesday, September 21
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Long-Term Trends in Energy and the Need for Their Consideration in Macroeconomic Modeling
Dr. Carey King, Associate Director, Energy Institute, The University of Texas at Austin

Wednesday, October 5
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Physical Security of Nuclear Facilities in the Post-9/11 Era
Dr. Edward Lyman, Senior Scientist – Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists

Tuesday, November 15
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Research opportunities to support nuclear treaty monitoring and the need for technical experts in national and international roles
Distinguished Lecture. Dr. Glenn Sjoden, Chief Scientist, US Air Force Technical Applications Center

Wednesday, November 16
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Analysis of the Nuclear Weapons Latency of the Islamic Republic of Iran
William S. Charlton, Research Director, National Strategic Research Institute
Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Wednesday, November 30
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

The Wonders of Multiphase Flows: PIV Measurements
Distinguished Lecture. Yassin Hassan, Sallie & Don Davis '61 Professor in Nuclear Engineering Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University

Wednesday, December 7
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

In-situ Imaging of Metallic Alloy Solidification Dynamics for Advanced Manufacturing
Amy Clarke, Associate Professor, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

S2016

Wednesday, January 20
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Review of global uranium supply and demand
Dr. Susan Hall, US Geological Survey and Chair of the International Atomic Energy Agency Uranium Group

Wednesday, January 27
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Nuclear Energy: Essential for Climate Change Mitigation
Grandey Lecture, Dr. Peter Lyons, Former Undersecretary for Nuclear Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

Wednesday, February 3
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Renewable Energy Integration: From Resource Assessment to Power System Impacts
Dr. Bri-Mathias Hodge, Power System Design & Studies Group, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Wednesday, February 17
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Nuclear Energy Growth, Uranium Market Opportunity and an Emerging Producer's Use of Disruptive Technology to Compete in Global Markets
Scott Melby, Executive Vice President for Marketing, Uranium One

Wednesday, February 24
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Rocky Flats Overview
Scott Surovchak, Legacy Manager, Rocky Flats

Wednesday, March 30
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Fission Waves and Dancing Solitons
Andrew Osborne, Research Assistant Professor, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, April 6
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

MRT Methodologies for Application to Nuclear Safeguards, Safety and Security
Distinguished Lecture. Professor Alireza Haghighat, Director of Nuclear Engineering, Virginia Tech

Wednesday, April 20
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Dr. Jeffery Musk, Chief for Nuclear Detection Division, Defense Threat Reduction Agency

F2015

Wednesday, September 9
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Curium Chemistry’s Curious Conundrum
Mark Jensen, Grander University Chair in Nuclear Science and Engineering, Professor of Chemistry and Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, September 16
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

The U.S. Outlook for New Nuclear Power Plants and the Role of Advanced Reactors
Inaugural Grandey Nuclear Science and Engineering Lecture
Dr. Finis Southworth, Chief Technology Officer, AREVA Inc.

Wednesday, September 30
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Chemistry at the edge: actinide interactions with (poly)aminopolycarboxylates
Jenifer C. Braley, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, October 7
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Hedging Against Uncertainties in Nuclear Futures
Erich Schneider, Professor, The University of Texas at Austin

Wednesday, October 14
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Empowering Predictive Simulation of Complex Nuclear Systems via Rigorous Characterization of Uncertainties
Hany Abdel-Khalik, Associate Professor, School of Nuclear Engineering,Purdue University

Wednesday, October 21
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Wind Energy Overview and Wind Speed Forecasting
Amanda Hering, Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, November 4
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Biofuels: Past, Present and Future
Nanette Boyle, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, November 11
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Nuclear Science and Engineering Graduate Student Seminars
Ryan Collette, Nicholas Shugart, Kevin McCann

Wednesday, November 18
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Nuclear Science and Engineering Graduate Student Seminars
Clinton Wilson, Michael Servis

Wednesday, December 2
4 p.m. Hill Hall 202

Nuclear Science and Engineering Graduate Student Seminars
Adam Mahl, Tessa Rider

Grand Energy Challenges: Rethinking Our Energy Future
Dr. Douglas Arent, Executive Director of the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

A Commercial Perspective on the Front End of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Malcolm Critchley, President and CEO and Nikko Collida, Business Development Manager, ConverDyn

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