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Research Distinguished Lecture Series: “Nuclear Energy: Today and Tomorrow”
As the world evolves to carbon free energy, in addition to renewables, central, concentrated energy sources that can be placed in proximity to cities will also be required. Advanced nuclear fission sources, that require no active safety systems, that can be economical at output powers less than 100 MW and can be deployed within a decade will almost certainly play a major role in a “reduced carbon” future. On the longer term, significant advances in nuclear fusion, both with magnetic and inertial confinement approaches, have also occurred and will increasingly become part of the “energy dialogue for the future.” The presentation will summarize the present state of nuclear power (fission and fusion) and a vision for the future.

Mar 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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