WANDA: Connecting the humans behind the nuclear data

Workshop for Applied Nuclear Data Activities (WANDA)

DOE Conference ID: 11979

Welcome to the Homepage for the Workshops for Applied Nuclear Data Activities (WANDA)! This series of workshops was initiated for the purpose of discussing nuclear data needs and potential solutions for nuclear energy, nonproliferation, isotope production, and stewardship science. This workshop is modeled after the Nuclear Data Roadmapping Enhancement Workshop (NDREW), held at the UCDC center in 2018, that helped guide the Nuclear Data Interagency Working Group Funding Opportunity Announcement. A technical report of the proceedings from NDREW may be obtained here.

The first of these workshops was held at the Elliott School of International affairs at the George Washington University in January 2019. Since then, there have been a series of workshops with the most recent held virtually in January 2021. This website serves as an archive of the proceedings for past workshops, as well as the whitepapers generated through each year's discussions and recommendations.

Registration

WANDA 2022 has already ended, but please stay tuned for registration announcements for WANDA 2023!

WANDA 2022

28 February - 04 March 2022
Virtual
Organizing Committee:
Lisa Felker (LLNL)
Kay Kolos (LLNL)
Bruce Pierson (PNNL)

WANDA 2021

25 January - 03 February 2021
Virtual

Organizing Committee:
Kay Kolos (LLNL)
Vlad Sobes (U Tennessee)

WANDA 2020

03 - 05 March 2020
Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University

Organizing Committee:
Lee Bernstein (LBNL/UC Berkeley)
Catherine Romano (ORNL)

WANDA 2019

22 - 24 January 2019
Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University

Organizing Committee:
Lee Bernstein (LBNL/UC Berkeley)
Catherine Romano (ORNL)
Rian Bahran (LANL)

Acknowledgments

This material is based upon work supported by the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration under Award Number DE-NA0003180. This work is also supported in part by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231 for the US Nuclear Data Program.

Disclaimer

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