Agenda, CVT Workshop 2017

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AGENDA

28-Nov
1830 Welcome Dinner University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
  Keynote Speaker: Ms. Corey Hinderstein, Senior Coordinator for NNSA US DOE  
   
29-Nov
Michigan League Ballroom, 2nd floor (map)
0745 Registration, Concourse
Breakfast and Poster Setup, Ballroom
Demonstration set-up, Michigan and Kalamazoo
0825 Welcome Prof. Sara Pozzi and Dr. Shaun Clarke,
U. Michigan
0845

DNN Mission Needs

Dr. Craig Sloan, Director, Office of Proliferation Detection, Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation R&D, NNSA 
0905 CVT Year 3 Accomplishments Prof. Sara Pozzi,
U. Michigan
0925 Thrust Area 4: Detection of Undeclared Activities and Inaccessible Facilities (Overview) Prof. Milton Garces,
U. Hawaii
0935 Underlying Reasons for the Wide Range of Yield Estimates for the Underground Nuclear Explosion of September 3, 2017, in North Korea Prof. Paul Richards,
Columbia U. 
0955 Preliminary Evaluation of Two Beta-Gamma Radioxenon Detection Systems  Mr. Steven Czyz,
Oregon St. U. (student talk)
1015 CVT-LANL Collaboration Dr. James Miller,
LANL
1030 BREAK 
1045 Overview of Current Radioxenon Research Ms. Ciara Sivels,
U. Michigan (student talk)
1105 Understanding Uncertainties in Atmospheric Transport Modeling for Radionuclide Monitoring Mr. Matthew Krupcale,
U. Michigan (student talk)
1125 TA4: Discussion and Questions Panel
1140 Infrasound Demonstration Prof. Milton Garces,
U. Hawaii
1150 LUNCH, Vandenberg & Hussey
DEMONSTRATIONS, Michigan & Kalamazoo
1310 Thrust Area 5: Disarmament Verification Prof. Areg Danagoulian,
MIT
1320 Experimental Demonstration of a Physical Cryptographic Warhead Verification Protocol Using Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence Mr. Jayson Vavrek,
MIT (student talk)
1340 CVT-PPPL Collaboration Dr. Rob Goldston,
PPPL
1355 Moderated DT Neutron Source for Zero Knowledge Isotopic Differentiation Mr. Mike Hepler,
Princeton U. (student talk)
1415 Uranium Enrichment Measurements Using an Artificial Neural Network Mr. Mark Kamuda,
UIUC (student talk)
1435 TA5: Discussion and Questions Panel
1450 BREAK 
1505 Thrust Area 1: Visualizing Nuclear Verification: Technology and Policy (Overview) Prof. Alex Glaser, 
Princeton U. 
1515 Verification of the Iran Nuclear Deal Prof. Frank N. Von Hippel,
Princeton U.
1535 CVT-SNL Collaboration Dr. Peter Marleau, SNL
1550 Unattended 235U Feed and Withdrawal Monitor for Gas Centrifuge Enrichment Plants  Mr. Mark Walker,
Princeton U. (student talk)
1610 TA1: Review and Questions Panel
1625 GROUP PHOTO, Ballroom
1635 POSTER SESSION RECEPTION, Ballroom 
  DEMONSTRATIONS, Michigan & Kalamazoo
1830 ADJOURN, DAY 1 
 
30-Nov
Michigan League Ballroom
0745 Breakfast 
0815 Thrust Area 2: Fundamental Physical Data and Data Acquisition and Analysis Techniques (Overview) Prof. Al Hero,
U. Michigan
0825 Sequential Detection of Unusual Documents Ms. Elizabeth Hou,
U. Michigan (student talk)
0845 Measured and Simulated Cf-252 Spontaneous Fission Prompt Neutron-Photon Competition Mr. Matthew Marcath,
U. Michigan (student talk)
0905 An Efficient Nonlinear Dispersion Model Using Continuous-Piecewise-Affine-based Transformations Mr. Christopher Dean,
MIT (student talk)
0925 Deep Generative Models for Anomaly Detection Prof. Lawrence Carin,
Duke U.
0945 Robust Monte Carlo Methods for Sequential Planning and Decision Making Ms. Sue Zheng,
MIT (student talk)
1005 TA2: Review and Questions Panel
1020 BREAK 
1035 CVT-LLNL Collaboration Dr. Stephan Friedrich,
LLNL
1050 Thrust Area 3: Advanced Safeguards Tools for Accessible Facilities (Overview) Prof. Zhong He,
U. Michigan
1100 Summary of the University of Florida Contribution to CVT Prof. James Baciak,
U. Florida
1120 Changes to the Cf-252 Neutron Spectrum Caused by Source Encapsulation Mr. Robert Weinmann-Smith,
U. Florida (student talk)
1140 CdZnTe INL Campaign: High Resolution Ultra Long Distance Source Mr. David Goodman,
U. Michigan (student talk)
1200 LUNCH, Vandenberg & Hussey
1200 – 1320, Thrust Area working discussion, Vanderberg
1200 – 1320, Student-National Lab engagement, Hussey
(Demos must be broken down by the end of lunch on this day)
1320 Development of Advanced Optical Techniques for Verification Measurements Prof. Igor Jovanovic,
U. Michigan
1340 CVT-ORNL Collaboration Dr. Paul Hausladen,
ORNL
1355 Fast-Neutron Multiplicity Counting for Nuclear Safeguards Applications Mr. Tony Shin,
U. Michigan (student talk)
1415 TA3: Discussion and Questions Panel
1430 Closing Comments / Student Awards 
1445 TAKEDOWN POSTERS   
     

LAB TOURS: Tour participants may leave their belongings in the Hussey room during the tour. The room will be locked during the tour.

Tour sign-up form. Click here.

Lab Tours: You will visit the lab spaces operated and managed by the following faculty and their teams.
1) Prof. Sara Pozzi, Detection for Nuclear Nonproliferation Group
2) Prof. Igor Jovanovic, Applied Nuclear Science Group
4) Prof. Zhong He, Orion Radiation Measurement Group
3) Prof. Kim Kearfott, Radiological Health Engineering Laboratory

1500 Departing Bus to UM North Campus 
1515 Lab Tours: details provided once available
1720 Return Bus to Michigan League 
   
1730 ADJOURN, Day 2 
     
DEMONSTRATIONS: All demonstrations will occur on day 1 of the workshop (11/29) only.
Location Description Presenter Name
Kalamazoo Rm. Handheld Dual Particle Imager Mr. William Steinberger,
U. Michigan
Kalamazoo Rm. Augmented Reality Demonstration for Radiation Detection Applications Mr. Michael Bondin,
U. Michigan
Kalamazoo Rm. Virtual Reality Prof. Alex Glaser,
Princeton U.
Michigan Rm. Stilbene Cell for Radioxenon Monitoring Ms. Ciara Sivels, 
U. Michigan
Michigan Rm. Infrasound Prof. Milton Garces,
U. Hawaii
Michigan Rm. 3-D CZT Orion System Prof. Zhong He,
U. Michigan
Michigan Rm. Improvements in Energy Resolution Using Conical Stilbene Mr. Charles Sosa,
U. Michigan
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POSTERS: Odd numbered posters must be attended during the first hour of the poster session (1630 – 1730). Even numbered posters must be attended during the 2nd hour of the poster session (1730 – 1830). 
Poster No. Poster Title Name
 1 Performance of Stilbene Bars Coupled to Silicon Photomultipliers Using Different Reflectors Mr. William Steinberger,
U. Michigan
Intense Laser Filament-Solid Interactions from Near-Ultraviolet to Mid-Infrared Dr. Milos Burger,
U. Michigan
The University of Michigan Radiation Weather Station  Prof. Kimberlee Kearfott,
U. Michigan
Preliminary Identification of Sources of Radiation Background Variations Observed for a Spectroscopic Radiation Weather Station  Mr. Fangbo Yuan,
U. Michigan
An Affordable Do-It-Yourself Radiation Detector for Precollege Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Outreach Mr. Jeffery Xiao,
U. Michigan
Improvements in Energy Resolution using Conical Stilbene Mr. Charles Sosa,
U. Michigan
Characterization of Stilbene Scintillation Detectors with Light Guide Coupling and Silicon Photomultiplier Readout Mr. Kyle Beyer,
U. Michigan
Temperature Dependence of Organic Scintillator Detectors Ms. Aditi Rajadhyaksha,
U. Michigan
10  Characterization of the Positional Sensitivity of Large NaI(Tl) Detectors. Mr. Jordan Noey,
U. Michigan
11  Residual Optically Stimulated Luminescent (OSL) Signals for Al2O3:C and a Readout System with Reproducible Partial Signal Clearance Ms. Sara A. Abraham,
U. Michigan
12  Setup and Characterization of a Cesium-137 Dosimetry Calibration Source in a Space-Constrained Environment Ms. Jasmine Mapes,
U. Michigan
13  Experiences with Consortium for Verification Technology (CVT) Funded Undergraduate Research in the University of Michigan (UM) Radiological Health Engineering Laboratory (RHEL) Prof. Kim Kearfott,
U. Michigan
14  Improving the Estimation of Relative Earthquake Locations Using Surface Waves with Source Corrections Mr. Michael Howe,
Columbia U.
15  Multimodal Multiscale Data Fusion in Spatial Processes Using the Hierarchical Beta Model Mr. Christopher Dean,
MIT
16  Using Time-Correlated Neutron and Gamma-Ray Measurements to Distinguish Point-like Sources From Spatially Distributed Sources Without Imaging Dr. Jonathan Mueller,
NCSU
17  Characterization of the Anisotropic Scintillation Response of Stilbene to Neutrons Mr. Robert Weldon,
NCSU
18  Frequency Domain Multiplexing of Multiple Organic Scintillator Detectors Mr. Mudit Mishra,
NCSU
19  Model-based Design Evaluation of a Compact, High-Efficiency Neutron Scatter Camera Mr. Kyle Weinfurther,
NCSU
20  Atmospheric 41Ar Plume Tracking and Model Development of the UF Training Reactor Using a Large-Volume NaI Detector Mr. Gabriel Sandler,
U. Florida
21  Standardizing, Securing, and Reporting on Data for Temporospatial Infrasound Analysis Prof. Milton Garces,
U. Hawaii
22  Evaluation of Next-Generation Infrasound Sensors: Calibration Techniques and Air-Blast Data Parameterization  Ms. Karina Asmar,
U. Hawaii
23  Measurements of Prompt Fission Neutron Correlations in Cf252 Dr. Patricia Schuster,
U. Michigan
24  Experimental Demonstration of a Fast-Neutron Multiplicity Counter Based on Organic Scintillators and SiPM Readout Dr. Angela Di Fulvio,
U. Michigan
25  Optimization of Atomic and Molecular Signatures of Uranium In Laser Ablation Spectroscopy  Mr. Ian Baughman,
U. Michigan
26  Intercomparison of Commercially Available Active Radon Measurement Devices in a “Discovered” Radon Chamber Mr. Marco A. Carmona,
U. Michigan
27  Accelerator Installation for Active Interrogation Detection Method Development Mr. Cameron Miller,
U. Michigan
28  Comparison of Unfolding Algorithms for Monoenergetic and Continuous Fast-Neutron Energy Spectra Mr. Haonan Zhu,
U. Michigan
29  Electrical Characterization of SiPMs Applied to Organic Scintillation Detector Readout Ms. Lauren Green,
U. Michigan
30  Localization and Characterization of SNM by Remote Monitoring with Multiple CdZnTe Imaging Systems Mr. Bennett Williams,
U. Michigan
31  Characterizing the Directional Dependence of Organic Scintillators from a Fission Source Ms. Ruby Araj,
U. Michigan
32  Correlation Unfolding from Low Efficiency Detectors Data Mr. Stefano Marin,
U. Michigan
33  Uncertainty Quantification of Factorial Moment Counting in Measured Data from Plutonium Plates Mr. Michael Hua,
U. Michigan
34  Readout Electronics of SiPMs Coupled to Stilbene in a Fast-Neutron Multiplicity Counter Mr. Nathan Giha,
U. Michigan
35  Modeling Post-JCPOA Cascade Performance with Cyclus Ms. Kathryn Mummah,
U. Wisconsin
36  CVT-LBNL Collaboration Ms. Erika Suzuki,
LBNL
37  Time Encoded Fast Neutron Imaging with an Asymmetric Mask Mr. Niral Shah,
U. Michigan
38  Remote Sensing of Nuclear Materials Using Ultrafast Laser Filamentation in Air Mr. Patrick J. Skrodzki,
U. Michigan
39 CVT-PNNL Collaboration Dr. Eric Becker, PNNL