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TAMUS-LANL Faculty Engagement and Student Showcase Event

October 13, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - October 14, 2022 @ 4:30 pm

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Don’t miss the first annual TAMUS National Laboratories Office- LANL Faculty Engagement and Student Showcase Event! This event will highlight TAMUS-LANL research engagement opportunities featuring the 2023 faculty funding RFP call, student symposium and direct engagement with LANL leadership and researchers here on campus!

(See Full Detailed Agenda- PDF)

Thursday, October 13- Faculty Engagement and Release of the 2023 Collaborative Research Project RFP

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Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear directly from LANL leadership and researchers on the 2023 Collaborative Research Project RFP call. This will include an overview of the LANL pillars and priority areas, the technical focus areas for this year’s RFP and open Q&A sessions to prepare you for a successful proposal. The 2023 RFP will be released by early October!

Agenda: 1:00-5:00pm – Hawking Auditorium, Mitchell Institute for Physics and Astronomy

Optional Dinner- Faculty Registration Required by Oct.10

John Sarrao

1:00- 1:40pm- Keynote address by Dr John Sarrao, LANL Deputy Director for Science, Technology, and Engineering – Overview of LANL pillars and priority research areas.

1:45- 3:00pm- Presentations by LANL researchers on each priority area related to the 2023 Collaborative Research Project RFP

3:00-3:30pm- Open questions to the panel

3:30-5:00pm- Breakout Sessions- 3 parallel sessions for each RFP category.

6:00-8:00pm- Dine with LANL


Friday, October 14- LANL-TAMUS Student Symposium

Come see the exciting work being done in the first two rounds of the TAMUS-LANL Collaborative Research Program, presented by the students involved in each award. During lunch, you will also have a chance to meet with TAMUS and LANL researchers. Students- we will also have a session about internship opportunities at LANL. Don’t miss a chance for constructive in-person engagement!

Faculty Registration

Student Registration

Agenda: 8:30am-4:30pm; Main Floor Auditorium, Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies

8:30am- Open Welcome from Jack Baldauf- Texas A&M University Vice President for Research

8:35-9:00am- Keynote address by Dr John Sarrao, LANL Deputy Director for Science, Technology, and Engineering

9:00am-12pm- Student presentations

12:00-1:30pm- Lunch breakout sessions- Technical and Recruitment (RSVP required- Lunch to be provided)

1:30- 4:30pm- Student presentations

4:30pm- Closing LANL remarks

Talks to be included:

  • Production of radioisotopes (At-211 + Tb-149) for cancer therapy
  • Dark Matter, Neutrino Interactions and Axion-Like Particles at Coherent Captain-Mills
  • Los Alamos A&M Dark-matter and Neutrino Alliance (LAAMDNA)
  • Key-Value storage systems for HPC
  • Design of novel thermo-mechanical processing approaches using inverse optimization for light-weighting
  • Advanced Reactor Structural Materials under Extreme Radiation Conditions
  • Kinetic (non-ideal) effects on Rayleigh-Taylor Instability in ICF: High-fidelity simulations using Unified Gas Kinetics Scheme
  • Modeling and Discrete Optimization Algorithms for Robust Complex Networks
  • Hydrogen retention in nanocomposites
  • An Integrated Approach for Managing Microgrids with Uncertain Renewable Sources, Demand Response and Energy Markets
  • Blow flies as environmental monitors for medical, biosecurity, and forensic purposes

(See Full Detailed Agenda- PDF)

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October 13, 2022 @ 1:00 pm
October 14, 2022 @ 4:30 pm
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