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Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear
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MODELING AND SIMULATION
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Advanced Reactor Modeling and Simulation Workshop #2
January 24-25, 2017 - Charlotte, NC
A GAIN-EPRI Modeling & Simulation (M&S) workshop was held on January 24-
to share DOE national laboratory M&S capabilities and connect DOE laboratory subject matter experts with representatives from the advanced reactor developer community in an effort to address industry's M&S needs. The purpose of the workshop exemplified the GAIN philosophy to increase coordination and collaboration, as well as access to and interactions, with the national laboratory complex. More than 13 developers were represented in the workshop that was attended by more than 70 representatives from industry, universities, DOE, NRC and national laboratories (Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, Argonne, Sandia, and Idaho).
GAIN EPRI Modeling and Simulation Workshop Presentations
Initial GAIN Workshops
The Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN) initiative, the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) hosted three technology-specific workshops to discuss the research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) needs of industries targeting advanced nuclear energy technologies. These workshops, held in July 2016, engaged companies developing concepts in Molten Salt Reactor, High Temperature Gas Reactor, and Fast Reactor Technologies. Participants from these advanced reactor design communities were asked to present their RD&D needs for design and licensing that the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE-NE) is uniquely qualified to address.
GAIN Technology Workshops Summary Report