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The ABCs of Nuclear Testing

It is with great pleasure that WiN IAEA will be hosting Robert Kelley for a talk titled "The ABCs of Nuclear Testing:  How and why countries test and what are the future prospects" on Monday, May 5th at 17:00 in meeting room C5 (7th floor of the C building). The talk will be followed by a short Q&A session.

 

Please RSVP to this event if you plan to come and you are welcome to forward the invitation to other non-members (email n.dzigal@iaea.org). Guests will be charged 2EUR on the door.

 

Short biography

Mr. Kelley is a veteran of over 35 years in the US Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex, most recently at Los Alamos. He worked in research and engineering before turning to information analysis in the 1980s. He managed the centrifuge and plutonium metallurgy programs at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and later was Director of the Department of Energy Remote Sensing Laboratory, the premier US nuclear emergency response organization. He was also seconded by the USDOE to the IAEA where he served twice as a Director of the nuclear inspections in Iraq in 1992 and again in 2001. Mr Kelley resides near Vienna, Austria. He has carried out professional travel to more than 20 countries.

 

 
Youtube video from presentation below:

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