Presentations from the workshop are posted below. Background information and a summary of the discussion from the workshop can be found here.
Goals & Background
Establish NuClean as a nuclear waste management center of excellence to leverage chemical engineering expertise on nuclear waste management and engage with broader professional efforts on underlying multi-disciplinary public and technical community information, research, outreach and education needs.
Edwin Jones has been at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) for 22 years, where his work has centered on the risk analysis, system engineering, and human performance of hazardous systems, including facilities, infrastructure, devices, and nuclear material management. He most recently headed the Risk and Response Management Program that focused on developing and applying capabilities to identify, analyze, and manage man-made and natural threats, hazards and risks to national security, energy systems, environment and health.
In nuclear materials management, Ed has worked with...
Ms. Naranjo is Founder and Director of Honor Our Pueblo Existence (HOPE), a community-based organization located at Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, with attention focused on nuclear safety issues from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). She has been involved in environmental issues of concern for 20 years, as LANL is located within her pueblo’s ancestral homelands, a place that is Sacred to Pueblo People. She is a mother of four and grandmother of seven, and life time traditional potter. She comes from the well-known Naranjo family of Santa Clara potters.