Dr. Stuart T. Arm has a PhD and MEng in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College of Science and Technology, United Kingdom. His PhD and the first years of his career were spent with the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority at Harwell, United Kingdom, developing and evaluating process technologies for advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel. Dr. Arm has lived in the USA since 1994 where he became involved in nuclear waste processing and immobilization technology development at the Hanford nuclear reservation in Richland, Washington. As national interest in nuclear energy renewed, Dr. Arm went to work at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in 2001 where he again developed and evaluated technologies for recycling spent nuclear fuel. He joined EnergySolutions in 2007 as their Separations Technology Director with a focus on the company’s nuclear fuel cycle activities. Dr. Arm has worked for Washington River Protection Solutions, which is contracted to manage and retrieve the high level waste stored at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation since 2013, as their Manager for the River Protection Project Integrated Flowsheet. He has been a member of the AIChE since 1999, was the AIChE's Nuclear Engineering Division chair for 2009 and is actively involved in AIChE's Public Affairs and Information Committee and its Center for Energy Initiatives.
|April, 2011||Fukushima Daiichi – How We Got Here and Where We’re Going - April, 2011|
|July, 2010||Expanding the Application of Nuclear Power and Closing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle|