Dr. Suresh Sunderrajan is the Associate Laboratory Director for the Energy and Global Security Directorate. He leads a team that applies crosscutting expertise in science, engineering, and technology to develop solutions to challenging problems related to energy, manufacturing, and global security.
Kent Bostick is the deputy director of Argonne’s National Security Programs. He joined Argonne in 2012 after more than 20 years working in the Intelligence Community (IC) on national security issues related to foreign weapons development programs and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Keith Bradley is the director of Argonne’s National Security Programs. He joined Argonne in 2010 after three decades as a physicist in the Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory system. Bradley has dedicated his career to research in and leadership of numerous programs in energy, nuclear energy, and national security.
Santanu Chaudhuri is the Director of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Argonne’s program that develops capabilities to use high-performance computing-based mesoscale simulation tools to accelerate the development and adoption of new materials for manufacturing.
Dave Brannegan is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. He previously served as Director of Argonne’s Risk and Infrastructure Science Center. Dave has considerable program management, policy, and leadership experience in the non-profit, for-profit, and government sectors.
Directorate Operations Officer and EOF Division Director
Dan Carlson is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Experimental Operations and Facilities Division, part of the Energy and Global Security Directorate. His organization provides engineering and experimental technical support services to a variety of customers across Argonne and manages the directorate’s accelerator facilities.
Don Hillebrand is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Energy Systems Division, leading a team of engineers and scientists developing sustainable innovative technologies to improve the efficiency of resource and energy utilization, minimize America’s dependence on imported energy, and enhance U.S. national security.
Greg Krumdick is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Applied Materials division. Previously, he managed Argonne’s Materials Engineering Research Facility (MERF). He has been the principal investigator and lead engineer on numerous industrial process scale-up projects. Krumdick holds numerous patents and has earned three R&D 100 awards and a Federal Laboratory Consortium award for technology transfer.
Dr. Laurin-Kovitz is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Strategic Security Sciences division. Previously, she led the Nonproliferation Policy Support Group within Argonne’s Center for Strategic Security in the Global Security Sciences division, managing a team of specialists in nonproliferation policies and international affairs.
Temitope Taiwo is the Interim Director of Argonne’s Nuclear Science and Engineering Division. He has worked in the nuclear industry, research laboratory, and U.S. government in the areas of nuclear reactor design, methods development, and analysis. Dr. Taiwo is currently the National Technical Director of the Systems Analysis and Integration Campaign of the DOE Nuclear Technology Research and Development program office.
Dr. Mark A. Williamson is the Division Director of the Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He leads Argonne’s nuclear chemical engineering team with research and development activities in used nuclear fuel recycling, fuel fabrication, and safeguards for next-generation nuclear energy systems. He also oversees radioisotope generation and separation systems for future application in the medical and industrial sectors.