AMS Participates in the 2022 ANS Annual Meeting
AMS was happy to participate in the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) last week in Anaheim, California. The week-long conference brought together experts from the industry to discuss “The New Outlook” of nuclear. Historically, AMS employees are heavily involved in the society and in the two conferences that ANS hosts each year.
Here are some highlights from the 2022 ANS Annual Meeting:
Dr. Hashemian Awarded the ANS Presidential Citation
AMS President, Dr. Hash Hashemian, was awarded the ANS Presidential Citation. Each year, the President of the society may choose to present a Presidential Citation to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding effort to benefit the society and/or the nuclear community. This year, ANS President Steve Nesbit awarded the citation to Dr. Hashemian for his many and varied contributions to ANS, including his service as Chairman of the Honors and Awards (H&A) Committee.
You can learn more about this honor on our website
Dr. Hashemian Presented National Awards During Opening Plenary
As Chairman of the H&A Committee, Dr. Hashemian also had the pleasure of presenting this year’s Fellow and national awards during the opening plenary of the conference. Each year, several deserving members of the community are nominated to receive one of ANS’ national awards, including the prestigious grade of Fellow.
You can watch Dr. Hashemian’s announcement of these awards on our YouTube channel.
AMS Employees Appointed as Committee Officers
Two AMS employees have also been elected and reappointed to different committee positions in the society.
AMS Presented Two Papers During the Recent Advances in Human Factors and Instrumentation and Control Session
Lastly, AMS employees had the opportunity to present two papers on current research during the Recent Advances in Human Factors and Instrumentation and Control session.
Mr. Deatherage presented a paper entitled, “Fault Detection During Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing,” that described work currently being performed at AMS to develop a system that integrates automated functional testing with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing.
Dr. Chad Kiger, AMS EMC Engineering Manager, presented a paper entitled, “Characterizing the Electromagnetic Environment Within Nuclear Power Plants,” that discussed methods developed by AMS engineers to monitor the health of instrumentation and control equipment using electromagnetic measurements
To learn more about AMS’s current research, you can visit the research and development page on our website. You can also check out our publications list to see what AMS has presented at previous ANS conferences.