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Meet Sandia National Laboratory with Dr. Susan Seestrom
March 30 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Meet Sandia National Laboratory- Talk and Q&A with Dr. Susan Seestrom
Tuesday, March 30 at 12:30 pm CDT
Join via Zoom: here
In this seminar, we will hear ~15 minutes from Dr. Susan Seestrom on Sandia, followed by an informal Q&A. This series is for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers to learn more about life at national laboratories.
Name: Susan Seestrom, Ph. D.
Title: Associate Laboratories Director, Advanced Science &
Technology and Chief Research Officer
Company: Sandia National Laboratories
Dr. Susan Seestrom spent more than 30 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), first arriving as a graduate student while pursuing her doctorate in experimental nuclear physics at the University of Minnesota. Susan subsequently joined Los Alamos as a Director’s Fellow and continued as a scientific staff member. Her research in nuclear physics ranges from studies of nuclear structure with medium energy probes to studies of the weak interaction using neutrons. Susan served in several leadership positions at LANL, including Associate Laboratory Director (ALD) for Experimental Physical Science and the first woman named the ALD for the Weapons Physics Directorate. She was also the first woman to chair DOE’s Nuclear Science Advisory Committee and the National Science Foundation. She is now the Associate Laboratories Director for Advanced Science and Technology and Chief Research Officer at Sandia National Laboratories. Susan was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for her pathbreaking work in nuclear physics, especially using ultracold neutrons.