Virtual Tour of the 2018 ANS Student Conference Poster Session

Posted by Chris CTO On April 13, 2018 0 Technology

Virtual Tour of the 2018 ANS Student Conference Poster Session

We, at Cryptic Unicorn, were fortunate enough to briefly return to our Alma Mater, the University of Florida, and help out at the 2018 American Nuclear Society (ANS) Student Conference. ANS is a great organization for advancing and promoting nuclear science and technology. At the conference we tested out a few of our cutting edge technological services we will be making available for purchase soon. Below is a 360 degree virtual tour of the 2018 ANS Student Conference Poster Session. Virtual tours are a great way for your customers to see inside your business on their own schedule.

If you are interested in ordering a 360 degree virtual tour for your business or house/apartment up for sale contact sales@crypticunicorn.com. This is an emerging technology the results drastically depend on the size and lighting in the venue where the tour will be filmed.

We ask you to be patient. The virtual tour may take a while to load and it’s best loaded over WiFi. Also, the hosting platform Cupix recommends using google chrome to achieve the highest compatibility with the virtual tour. For the best experience make sure to full screen the virtual tour.

In the lower left hand corner of the virtual tour is a small map. Below is the corresponding poster list to the map found in the virtual tour.

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  5. Ion Irradiation Effects of Welded and Nonwelded MA956 Microstructure and Material Properties, Nicholas Alexander Nathan, Elizabeth Getto Ph.D. (United States Naval Academy)
  6. Lie Group Analysis of the Neutron Diffusion Equation, Jacob Tellez (Univ of Illinois)
  7. Present Plasma-Material Interactions Research at University of Illinois, Mitchell Whalen (Univ of Illinois), Azzaya Kelly Munkhtuya, Patrick Bullock (University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
  8. hPIC: A Scalable Electrostatic Particle-in-Cell for Plasma-Material Interactions, Alyssa Lee Hayes, Rinat Khaziev, Davide Curreli (Univ of Illinois)
  9. Validation of Nested Steel Box Gamma Protection Factor Eastimates using Monte Carlo N-particle Code 6.1, Patrick Jacob Gallucci (U.S. Military Academy), Steven Callas, John Veldkamp (United States Military Academy)
  10. Cesium and Strontium Concentration Profiling near Nuclear Power Plants using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), Ivan Cano, Hunter Brock Andrews, Supathorn Phongikaroon (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  11. Become Involved: Setting Oneself Apart from Other Students, Michael Cartwright, Braden Goddard (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  12. Time Dependent Neutron Density Simulation of the UNM AGN-201M Reactor, Melissa Andrea Moreno, Anil Prinja, Robert Busch (Univ of New Mexico)
  13. Scaled Experiment Investigating Sonomechanically Enhanced Inert Gas Sparging Mass Transfer, Gemma Irais Strong, Floren V. Rubio, Edward D. Blandford (Univ of New Mexico)
  14. Radiolytic Ozone Production in Air from Alpha Particles, Ramda G. Galo Mairena (Univ of New Mexico), Prakash Koonath (Tanner Research, Inc.), Adam Hecht (Univ of New Mexico)
  15. Optimizing the Post-Weld Heat Treatment for Zircaloy-4 Tungsten Inert Gas-Welds for Structural Purposes in the Nuclear Industry, Elizabeth G. Lindquist (ORNL), Chinthaka Silva (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TerraPower)
  16. Synthesis and Structural Analysis of Zirconate Pyrochlore Oxides, Irfan Rahim Ibrahim (Univ of Tennessee)
  17. Phase Focusing of Multipactor in Coaxial Waveguides, Stephen Volosov Langellotti (University of Michigan (UMICH))
  18. Underground Repository for Spent Nuclear Fuel, Rebecca Herr (Univ of Illinois), Ben D. Junkroski, Mateusz Lopez (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
  19. The Effects of the Urban Environment on Background Neutron Flux, Eric Richard Reddick (usna)
  20. Ion Irradiation Effects of Welded and Nonwelded MA956 Microstructure and Material Properties, Nicholas Alexander Nathan, Elizabeth Getto Ph.D. (United States Naval Academy)
  21. Spectroscopic Analysis for a Data Fusion Based Radiation Detection System, Allan C. Martin, Kelsey Stadnikia, Sanjeev Koppal, Andreas Enqvist (Univ of Florida)
  22. Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors, Stacy Lynn Weikel, Vincenzo Giuseppe Freschi (Penn State)
  23. Modeling Xenon-135 Poisoning at The Pennsylvania State University Breazeale Reactor (PSBR) Using Point Reactor Kinetics, Garrett Wendel, Ken Steenland (Penn State)
  24. Fast Neutron Detection Using Lithium Fluoride Doped Zinc Sulfide, John F. Garing (Penn State)
  25. Determination of Argon-41 in the New PSBR Beam Ports, Emily Paige Humes (Penn State)
  26. Multi-Fluid Pressure Drop Measurements in a Helical Coil Steam Generator, Robert M. Heath, Marilyn Delgado, Garland Alec Porter, Saya Lee, Yassin A. Hassan (Texas A&M)
  27. Computer-aided star shot analysis for clinac quality assurance testing, Gregory Szalkowski (Georgia Tech)
  28. Liquid Scintillation Standards, Aimee Gonzalez (UNLV)
  29. Pore size distribution of irradiated Uranium-Molybdenum Fuel, Charlyne Alexandria-Marie Smith (Univ of Florida), Dennis D. Keiser (INL), Assel Aitkaliyeva (Univ of Florida)
  30. Length Distribution of DNA-Wrapped Boron Nitride Nanotubes, John Edwyrd Weicherding (Univ of Wisconsin, Madison), Geyou Ao (Cleveland State University)
  31. Thermal-Hydraulic Design Analysis of CABRI Reactivity-Initiated Accident Benchmark Tests, Shannon J. Fairchild (Penn State)
  32. Wire-Mesh Sensor Signal Response in Idealized Bubbly Flow using a Custom Finite-Volume Solver in OpenFOAM, Nolan Eric MacDonald (ANS), Corey E. Clifford (Texas A&M)
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  34. Experimental Setup of Static Freezing Studies of Fluoride Salts, Ben Chen, Ricardo Vidrio, Raluca O. Scarlat (Univ of Wisconsin, Madison)
  35. Radiation Therapy and Carbon-Ion Treatment, Griffin Michael Hartz (Penn State)
  36. Economical Standardization of Generation III+ Nuclear Reactor Construction within the United States, Shawn Lichvar (Penn State)
  37. Accelerator Driven Subcritical Reactors, Thomas Underwood (The Pennsylvania State University), Timothy McGowan (Penn State)
  38. Effect of Granularity on the Fuel Performance and Isotopic Evolution of Uranium Dioxide Fuel, Kyzer R. Gerez, Todd S. Palmer (Oregon State Univ)
  39. Improved Purification of Berkelium-249 Using LN Resin and MP-1 Resin, Ryan Tan (Univ of Pittsburgh)
  40. Characterization of Fast Neutron Irradiation Positions at a 16.5 MeV PET-Trace Cyclotron, Brad Jeffries (Missouri University Research Reactor), Christopher Algiere (University of Missouri Research Reactor)
  41. Time Resolution Analysis for Position-Sensing Stilbene and Silicon Photomultiplier Scintillator Systems, Michael Bondin, William M. Steinberger, Marc L. Ruch, Shaun D. Clarke, Sara A. Pozzi (Univ of Michigan)
  42. Methods of Sample Preparation and Analysis for Ion Irradiated Reactor Materials, Brian R. Tobie (United States Naval Academy)
  43. Three methods for simulating non-ideal flows in an enrichment cascade, Kathryn A. Mummah, Baptiste Mouginot, Paul P. Wilson (Univ of Wisconsin, Madison)
  44. Noise analysis for integrated PWRs and advanced reactors, Jiayi Diao (UTK)
  45. Neutron Moderation Analysis for a Fusion-based Neutron Source, Juan Alvarez (Texas A&M University-Kingsville), Clay W. Blackwell, Moiz Butt (Texas A&M University Kingsville), Miqueas Duran, Jeffrey Parks (Texas A&M University-Kingsville), Abdullah Weiss (Texas A&M University Kingsville)
  46. RF Matching Network Design for Inductively Coupled Etching Plasma, Jeremy J. Mettler, Gregory R. Romanchek, Kelsey Luo, Karla M. Del Cid-Ledezma (Univ of Illinois)
  47. Design Improvements for Portable Gamma-Ray Detector Performance, Gregory R. Romanchek (Univ of Illinois)
  48. Hydrogen Absorption and Dissolution in Lithium, Dario G. Panici (Univ of Illinois)
  49. A Distillation Column for Hydrogen Isotope Removal, Cody Moynihan, Andrew Christenson (Univ of Illinois)
  50. Utilization of Nuclear Power Plant Waste Heat, Alec T. Kleczkowski, Xinyao Liang, Mateo Kajic (Univ of Illinois)
  51. Measuring Thermal Conductivity Response in Irradiated CNT-based Gamma Ray Detector, Jennifer Dumel (Penn State)
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