The Nuclear Science and Security Consortium and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are organizing a day-long workshop at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to give scholars from the DNN R&D Consortia the opportunity to learn about U.S. national and nuclear security objectives in reducing global nuclear security threats. This day-long workshop will provide exposure to the DNN R&D mission and the role of LLNL in nuclear threat reduction. Scholars will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on experimental modules to gain valuable skills in R&D relevant for nuclear security and nonproliferation. This opportunity is open to scholars from all DNN R&D consortia (i.e., NSSC, MTV, and ETI). 

If you’re interested in participating, please submit the required application form. Applications are due by January 30, 2023.

Workshop Agenda*

8:00a Registration and Refreshments
8:30a Welcome and Overview of LLNL
8:45a Nuclear Threat Reduction
9:30a Break
9:45a Arms Control
10:15a Safeguards
10:45a Emergency Response
11:15a Nuclear Security
11:45p Lunch
1:15p Tour of LLNL Nuclear Security Laboratory (Bldg. 262)
2:00p Hands-on Experimental Modules
4:30p Break
5:00p Closing remarks and Certificate Ceremony
5:30p Adjourn

*This is a provisional agenda and is subject to change as we get closer to the event

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