Audio from a panel discussion on the topic of "Nuclear Energy: 150 Years from Now" featuring William D. Magwood, IV, the Director General of the Paris-based Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), a multilateral agency with 33 member countries representing the most advanced nuclear safety, science, and technology infrastructures in the world. bit.ly/magwood-panel
The panelists discuss how nuclear energy will impact humanity in the near future and beyond.
Suzanne Jaworowski, Senior Advisor, Office of Nuclear Energy, U.S. Department of Energy
William D. Magwood, IV, Director-General, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
Timothy K. Hanley, Senior Vice President, Operations Support, Exelon Generation
Therese Griebel, Associate Director for Strategy, NASA Glenn Research Center
Lefteri Tsoukalas, Professor, School of Nuclear Engineering, Purdue University
Sophie Weidenbenner, Senior, Student Ambassador, School of Nuclear Engineering, Purdue University
There is also a seminar associated with this presentation about Nuclear Science and Technology Challenges. bit.ly/magwood-seminar
This panel was recorded at Purdue University on December 6, 2018 as part of the Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series, which invites world-renowned faculty and professionals to Purdue Engineering to encourage thought-provoking conversations and ideas with faculty and students regarding the grand challenges and opportunities in their fields. Besides presenting a lecture to a broad audience of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, they engage in an interactive panel with Purdue faculty and students.
More on this lecture series: bit.ly/DistinguishedLectureSeries