Subpanel for Reactor Radiation

Dr. J.Michael Rowe

Chief

Reactor Radiation Division

NIST

Reactor Building, Room A106

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–6210

FAX 301/869–4770

Email: j.rowe@nist.gov

The Reactor Radiation Division manages a national center for the development and application of neutron methods, which comprises a 20-MW research reactor and the Cold Neutron Research Facility—recently added to the reactor complex as a national facility. The Division conducts diverse programs in chemistry, physics, materials science and biology, centered on the characterization of advanced materials important to technology, and supports programs in radiation measurement, chemical analysis, fundamental physics, and nondestructive evaluation. Extensive collaboration with outside users is fostered, and includes scientists and engineers form other NIST divisions, industry, universities, and other government laboratories. Primary goals are the advancement of U.S. science and technology through the in-house development and application of neutron techniques and through maximum utilization of the reactor and the Cold Neutron Research Facility as a national resource.

Subpanel for Reactor Radiation

Chair:

Dr. David Long Price (1998)

Senior Physicist

Materials Science Division, Building 223

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne, IL 60439

708/252–5475

FAX 708/252–7777

Email: price@anlpns.pns.anl.gov

Prof. Alice P.Gast (1999)

Department, of Chemical Engineering

Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305–5025

415/725–3145

FAX 415/725–7294

Email: alice@chemeng.stanford.edu

Prof. Walter Kohn (1997)

Physics Department

University of California

Santa Barbara, CA 93106–9530

805/893–3061

FAX 805/893–3307

Email: kohn@physics.ucsb.edu

Dr. Theodore R.Schmidt (1999)

Executive Staff

Sandia National Laboratories

P.O. Box 5800

Albuquerque, NM 87185–0177

505/845–3058

FAX 505/844–9756

Email: trschmi@sandia.gov



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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Subpanel for Reactor Radiation Dr. J.Michael Rowe Chief Reactor Radiation Division NIST Reactor Building, Room A106 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–6210 FAX 301/869–4770 Email: j.rowe@nist.gov The Reactor Radiation Division manages a national center for the development and application of neutron methods, which comprises a 20-MW research reactor and the Cold Neutron Research Facility—recently added to the reactor complex as a national facility. The Division conducts diverse programs in chemistry, physics, materials science and biology, centered on the characterization of advanced materials important to technology, and supports programs in radiation measurement, chemical analysis, fundamental physics, and nondestructive evaluation. Extensive collaboration with outside users is fostered, and includes scientists and engineers form other NIST divisions, industry, universities, and other government laboratories. Primary goals are the advancement of U.S. science and technology through the in-house development and application of neutron techniques and through maximum utilization of the reactor and the Cold Neutron Research Facility as a national resource. Subpanel for Reactor Radiation Chair: Dr. David Long Price (1998) Senior Physicist Materials Science Division, Building 223 Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, IL 60439 708/252–5475 FAX 708/252–7777 Email: price@anlpns.pns.anl.gov Prof. Alice P.Gast (1999) Department, of Chemical Engineering Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305–5025 415/725–3145 FAX 415/725–7294 Email: alice@chemeng.stanford.edu Prof. Walter Kohn (1997) Physics Department University of California Santa Barbara, CA 93106–9530 805/893–3061 FAX 805/893–3307 Email: kohn@physics.ucsb.edu Dr. Theodore R.Schmidt (1999) Executive Staff Sandia National Laboratories P.O. Box 5800 Albuquerque, NM 87185–0177 505/845–3058 FAX 505/844–9756 Email: trschmi@sandia.gov

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. Gen Shirane (1999) Senior Scientist Department of Physics Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton, NY 11973 516/282–3732 FAX 516/282–2918