Stephan Friedrich, LLNL to speak at NSSC

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Stephan Friedrich of LLNL will be speaking at the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium on December 1st, 2016 at 1:00pmPST. Friedrich will be discussing “Cryogenic Gamma-Ray Detectors with Ultra-High Energy Resolution”. This talk will discuss the design and performance of MMC gamma detectors at LLNL, and outlines experiments that can serve as thesis projects for graduate students who are interested in ultra-high resolution detector development.

The talk will be broadcast live at:

After the live broadcast, a recording will be hosted on NSSC’s YouTube Channel.




Representatives from the Tokyo Institute of Technology visit the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium

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The Nuclear Science and Security Consortium welcomed Professor Obara, from the Laboratory for Advanced Nuclear Energy, and the Institute of Innovative Research at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Professor Obara’s visit allowed for a conversation and deeper understanding of the mission and work of the NSSC.
Professor Obara meets with NSSC Director, Professor Vujic at the NSSC.

Sheryl Hingorani, SNL to present NSSC Webinar

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On Monday November 7th, 2016 Sheryl Hingorani, leader of Sandia’s Systems Analysis and Engineering organization in Livermore, California will be at UC Berkeley to present a NSSC Webinar and engage local students in a focus group discussion.

Hingorani’s talk will be on a variety of Nuclear Security Programs underway at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, CA.  Sheryl will also discuss opportunities for possible student intern placements.

The focus group will be a more intimate open discussion with Sheryl to discuss National Security and the National Labs.  Students are encouraged to discuss their thoughts about Nuclear Deterrence as a possible career option.

If unable to attend in person, view live broadcast: which will begin at 4:00pm PST.

View past NSSC webinar series recordings:

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