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The GAIN Clean Nuclear Energy for Industry Webinar Series highlights the innovations in nuclear energy and associated integrated-energy options that may be beneficial to a wide range of industrial energy applications. The intent is to develop connections between the nuclear community and the energy end-use community to communicate the benefits of clean, reliable, and resilient nuclear energy.

The third webinar in this series is co-sponsored by ANS Young Members Group and features the feasibility study led by The Nuclear Alternative Project (NAP), a non-profit formed by Puerto Rican engineers in the U.S. nuclear industry and involved a team of more than 20 consultants and industry advisors.  This study, highlighting SMRS and Microreactors for Puerto Rice, represents a first-of-a-kind collaborative effort focused on the need for next-generation nuclear reactors in response to Puerto Rico's House Resolution 1189.  In this webinar, Eddie Guerra and Luis Reyes will present the study's key findings with a special focus on applications for Puerto Rico's manufacturing sector and critical infrastructure needs.

https://gain.inl.gov/SitePages/GAINWebinarSeries.aspx
6/18/2020
  
The workshop will provide an opportunity for designers, vendors, owners, regulators, and representatives of standards development organizations (SDOs) to discuss standards needs to support advanced reactors. The discussion will include advanced reactor developer perspectives, codes and standards organization perspectives as well as DOE and NRC perspectives. The objective is to help ensure alignment of developer needs and codes and standard organization priorities.
6/23/2020
  
Virtual Meeting - This is an INVATION ONLY Program review meeting.

The Advanced Reactor Technologies (ART) Gas-Cooled Reactor (GCR) Campaign Program Review will be virtually through BlueJeans on July 14-16, 2020. The review meeting will include Advanced Gas Reactor Fuels,Graphite and the Validation and Simulation Methods areas of the GCR Campaign. The meeting will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 14 and conclude around noon on Thursday, July 16.

For more information/registration: https://art.inl.gov/SitePages/2020ProgramRegistration.aspx
7/14/2020
  
* Creativity and Ideation
* Community and Influence
* Cross-Cutting Applications
7/27/2020
  
This is a joint Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) workshop. It will be held at the EPRI offices in Charlotte, North Carolina at 1300 West WT Harris Boulevard. The contacts are: Charles W Forsberg (cforsber@mit.edu), Piyush Sabharwall (piyush.sabharwall@inl.gov) and Andrew Sowder (asowder@epri.com).
7/29/2020
  
Get your GAIN NE voucher submitted. Follow this link for information. https://gain.inl.gov/SitePages/Nuclear%20Energy%20Vouchers.aspx
7/31/2020
  
This is a joint Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) workshop. It will be held at the EPRI offices in Charlotte, North Carolina at 1300 West WT Harris Boulevard. The contacts are: Charles W Forsberg (cforsber@mit.edu), Piyush Sabharwall (piyush.sabharwall@inl.gov) and Andrew Sowder (asowder@epri.com).
8/12/2020
  
This is a joint Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) workshop. It will be held at the EPRI offices in Charlotte, North Carolina at 1300 West WT Harris Boulevard. The contacts are: Charles W Forsberg (cforsber@mit.edu), Piyush Sabharwall (piyush.sabharwall@inl.gov) and Andrew Sowder (asowder@epri.com).
8/26/2020
  
The workshop will host professionals from industry, government and academia from around the globe who will gather to present and discuss cutting edge technical issues and solutions to develop and deploy molten salt reactor systems. 

Extended abstracts will focus on molten salt chemistry, actinide and radionuclide chemistry under molten alt conditions, modeling, thermodynamics, corrosion, and safeguards.

For More Information: http://www.cvent.com/api/email/dispatch/v1/email/view/p2-p5jbddybjvt758-n5gg6v5z-avv-7sfh?view=html
9/15/2020
  
Purpose:
*GAIN, EPRI, NEI workshop to exchange information among advanced nuclear technology developers, commercial instrument suppliers, and sensor researchers from DOE national laboratories, universities, and industry
Objectives:
*Identify measurement requirements and needs for advanced reactor concepts: (HTRs, FRs, MSRs)
*Create phased development approach for sensors with demonstration experiments and related facilities (irradiation test, single effect test, advanced operation modes) as near-term targets
*Understand current national laboratory capability and identify gaps to inform applicable DOE research programs

For More Information: https://gain.inl.gov/SitePages/SensorTechnologiesWorkshop.aspx
9/22/2020
  
New Date and Location …
• Date: Sunday, November 8, 2020
• Time: 8:00 AM –5:30 PM
• Location: Atlanta, Georgia (co-locate with ASME Boiler Code Week)
Pre-Registration link …
https://www.asme.org/conferences-events/events/asme-bpv-iii-division-5-workshop-high-temperature-reactors

What you will learn about …
• What advanced reactor developers need to know about the High Temperature Reactor design rules
• How the High Temperature Reactor rules differ from Section III, Division 1 rules for design
• How to design reactor components with modern analysis tools and follow code rules
• How to introduce new high temperature materials into the code
11/8/2020


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