Scheduled: Thursday, April 21 – 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
Shuttle will depart from the hotel lobby at 9:00 am – arriving back at the hotel at 2:00 pm.
This tour of UC Berkeley Nuclear Engineering labs will visit laboratories for nuclear materials testing, thermal hydraulics, neutron generations, radiation detection and imaging, and computation, and meet students working in these laboratories. These Laboratories perform research for a wide range of applications, including advanced reactor safety and licensing, materials reliability and performance for existing and advanced reactors, geochronology, and detection and imaging for medicine and nuclear security. The tour will include a visit to the Compact Integral Effects Test facility, one of the latest IET facilities built at a university to generate data for advanced reactor safety code validation. Additionally, the campus tour will highlight historical locations around the campus, including Gilman Hall where Glenn Seaborg discovered plutonium. Lunch at the Faculty Club will provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss the visit.
Tickets can be purchased when registering for the conference or at the ICAPP Registration Desk (if available). You must be registered for the meeting to purchase a ticket. The cost is $50.00, includes lunch.
Space is limited.