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.
George Vukovich is the Interim Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Experimental Operations and Facilities division. Previously, he served as the Interim Director of the Global Security Sciences division.
Alan Kastengren is a physicist overseeing the operation of the 7-BM beamline at the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory. He also serves as a Vector Lead in Hypersonic Flight for Argonne’s National Security Programs. For the past 12 years, Dr. Kastengren has focused on developing and applying a range of X-ray diagnostics to probe complex and optically inaccessible flows for a range of applications.
Dr. Ingram is the Lead Principal Investigator of the Science of Materials Complexity thrust of the Joint Center for Energy Research (JCESR) centered at Argonne (one of the Department of Energy’s Energy Innovation Hubs) and the Principle Investigator a project on Reliability of SOFC Components in support of the Office of Fossil Energy.
John Hryn serves as a Vector Lead in Advanced Materials & Manufacturing for Argonne’s National Security Programs. He is an expert in aluminum and magnesium processing and recycling, and electrodialysis processing. He has spent the majority of his career at Argonne, focusing his research on energy-efficient and environmentally sound aluminum and magnesium processing and recycling technology development.
Nate Evans leads the Strategic Cybersecurity Research group in Argonne National Laboratory’s Strategic Security Sciences division. He supports the Department of Homeland Security in several cybersecurity capabilities and leads the U.S. Department of Energy’s annual Cyber Defense Competitions for collegiate teams.
Daniel Schabacker holds the position of Team Leader, Bio-Detection Technologies, where he is the lead scientist for the development of Argonne’s biochip portfolio. He also serves as a Vector Lead in Biosecurity for Argonne’s National Security Programs.
Dr. Pereira is a Principal Chemical Engineer and Group Leader for the Process Simulations and Safeguards group in the Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He also serves as a Relationship Manager in DDNRND (NA-22) for Argonne’s National Security Programs. Dr. Pereira has been involved on a number of projects related to the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel and the nuclear fuel cycle.
Brent Heilman is the Nonproliferation Program Lead for the Strategic Security Sciences division at Argonne National Laboratory and serves as the Relationship Manager with NNSA’s Office of Nonproliferation and Arms Control (NA-24). His work focuses on U.S. Government programs related to national security and the nonproliferation of nuclear and nuclear-related technologies.
John Stevens leads the Reactor Material Management Programs in Argonne’s Nuclear Science and Engineering Division, whose teams perform reactor conversion design and analysis, in addition to contributing to development of advanced fuels. He is a reactor physicist with over 30 years of engineering experience. John also serves as a Relationship Manager in DNNMMM (NA-23) for Argonne’s National Security Programs.