Users Organization

The purpose of the NSUF Users Organization is to:

  1. Provide a formal and clear channel for the exchange of information and advice between the investigators who perform reactor-based nuclear technology experiments and the NSUF management.
  2. Serve as an advocacy group for the experimental activities at the NSUF.
  3. Provide a communication channel among users of the NSUF.
  4. Educate the public and decision-makers on the benefits of the use of nuclear energy for energy generation.

Membership in the organization is open to all users and potential users of the various NSUF facilities and scientists and engineers engaged in the operation and development of these facilities. Potential members can join by self-nomination.

The Users Organization has up to seven members consisting of the chair, a secretary, chair ex-officio, student member and up to three regular members.


Join NSUF Users Organization

To join the NSUF Users Group, do the following, or follow these more detailed instructions:

  1. Go to your NSUF profile 
  2. Click the edit icon in the Profile Information box
  3. Check the Users Group box and click save


Users Organization Meeting

The NSUF Users Organization will hold its annual meeting to update users on NSUF research and facility capabilities as well as act as a venue for users to voice concerns. The event will take place after the annual TMS meeting in order to make it even more convinent for NSUF users. 

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Current Executive Committee Members


Chair

Peter Hosemann
University of California, Berkeley

Secretary/Chair ElectGabriel Meric de Bellefon
Kairos Power
Immediate Past ChairYong Yang
University of Florida
Committee MemberMatthew Swenson
University of Idaho
Committee Member
Jessika Rojas
Virginia Commonwealth University
Committee Member
Keith Leonard
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Committee Member
Daniel LaBrier
Idaho State University
Committee Member
Keyou Mao
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Student MemberAndrew Dong
University of California, Berkeley


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