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  • Irradiated Materials Laboratory

    Conducts research on the behavior of commercial nuclear reactor materials, including fuel, pressure vessels, and other in-reactor components.
  • Environmentally Assisted Cracking Laboratory

    The Environmentally Assisted Cracking (EAC) Laboratory uses four autoclave systems to evaluate the resistance of nuclear reactor structural materials environmentally assisted cracking in simulated LWR coolant environments.
  • Mark A. Williamson

    Mark A. Williamson is responsible for the nuclear chemical engineering programs in Argonne’s Chemical & Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • Amanda J. Youker

    Amanda Youker is a chemist and manages the Radiochemistry group within Argonne’s Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • John G. Stevens

    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.
  • Yousry Gohar

    Yousry Gohar leads research including development and design of fusion and fission reactor components, design and analysis of nuclear systems, accelerator driven systems, nuclear technology development, and nuclear engineering computational methods.
  • Candido Pereira

    Candido Pereira is a principal chemical engineer and manages the Process Simulation and Safeguards group within Argonne’s Chemical & Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.