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American Nuclear Society Materials Science and Technology Division Presentation to the ANS Board of

American Nuclear Society Materials Science and Technology Division Presentation to the ANS Board of Directors Dr. J. Rory Kennedy Idaho National Laboratory November 18, 2009 Washington, DC

MS&T Division Mission Promotion of the development of materials and materials technology for application

MS&T Division Mission Promotion of the development of materials and materials technology for application to all aspects of the production of nuclear energy and related energy sources and to the direct applications of radiation to materials

MS&T Division Governance • Executive Committee Structure – Chair: J. Rory Kennedy, INL –

MS&T Division Governance • Executive Committee Structure – Chair: J. Rory Kennedy, INL – Vice Chair: Jeremy Busby, ORNL – Secretary/Treasurer: Heather Mac. Lean, INL – Immediate Past Chair: Jim Cole, INL – International Member: Vincenzo V. Rondinella, ITU – Board of Directors Liaison: Loyd A. Wright, SCE – 15 additional Executive Committee Members (5 per year, 3 year terms)

MS&T Division Governance • Committee Chairs – – – Technical Programs: Ken Geelhood, PNNL

MS&T Division Governance • Committee Chairs – – – Technical Programs: Ken Geelhood, PNNL YMG Liaison: Heather Mac. Lean, INL University Liaison: Arthur Motta, PSU Honor and Awards: Jim Stubbins, UIUC Website/Newsletter/Publications: Travis Knight, SC Nominations/Membership: Jim Cole

MS&T Division Governance • Membership Trends Last 5 Years/Composition % of ANS Membership ANS

MS&T Division Governance • Membership Trends Last 5 Years/Composition % of ANS Membership ANS ESD* ESD % 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 10, 777 10, 783 10, 772 10, 851 10, 938 966 977 976 1045 1047 9. 0% 9. 1% 9. 6%

MS&T Governance - Budget Division Finances Actual 12/31/2008 Budget 2009 Actual 10/31/2009 Budget Funds

MS&T Governance - Budget Division Finances Actual 12/31/2008 Budget 2009 Actual 10/31/2009 Budget Funds Carry Forward Member Allocation Division Income 16, 444 2, 084 3, 330 16, 162 2, 100 3, 000 19, 492 2, 094 16, 382* Total Budget Funds 21, 858 21, 262 37, 968 Budget Expenses Awards and Plaques National Meeting Costs Scholarship / NEED Funding Division Expenses Student Support 1, 842 3, 500 2, 500 Total Expenses 2, 366 3, 500 2, 500 19, 492 17, 762 35, 468 Excess of Budgeted Funds over Expenses 524 * Anticipated 2009 income from Environmental Degradation

MS&T Division Governance • Division Planning/Strategic Plan, Succession Planning – Strategic Plan: last updated

MS&T Division Governance • Division Planning/Strategic Plan, Succession Planning – Strategic Plan: last updated in November 2007 • Tactical plan and yearly priorities updated annually • 5 year plan currently under revision, to be adopted 2009/2010 • Institution of Division officer journal/notebook – Succession Planning: continued and updated each year • Officers, Committees, Topical Organizers • Communications: Web, E-mail, Newsletter – Website updated several times per year – Membership solicited for input to online newsletter

MS&T Division Contributions to ANS • ANS Position Statements: none • Participation with Other

MS&T Division Contributions to ANS • ANS Position Statements: none • Participation with Other Professional Societies: – ENS, AESJ – LWR Fuel Performance Meeting/Top. Fuel – TMS, CNS/NACE - International Conference on Environmental Degradation in Nuclear Power Systems – Federation of Materials Societies - Materials Information Luncheon (MIL) “Reawakening of U. S. Nuclear Energy: Materials Challenges for a New Generation of Power Plants, ” held on Capitol Hill on May 3, 2007 • Non-Meeting Publications – Members publish in Journal of Nuclear Materials, Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Science and Engineering

MS&T Division Services to Membership • • Professional Development – MSTD members have helped

MS&T Division Services to Membership • • Professional Development – MSTD members have helped organize and/or participated in a large number of Conferences, Symposia, Workshops, Meetings. Scholarships – Schumar Scholarship - $3000 Peer Recognition/Awards – Awards banquet held every other year (last held Nov. 2008) – will be moved to coincide with Nuclear Fuels and Structural Materials Embedded Topical (June 2010). • Mishima Award - $2000 • Special Achievement Award • Outstanding Achievement Award • Literary Award • Significant Contribution Award • Past Chair Award • 25 Year Award • Student Literary Award Student Support – Annual Student Conference - $1000/yr. – Student Travel to National Meetings to Present in MSTD sponsored sessions – up to $2500/yr.

MS&T Division Meetings • National Meeting Participation – 2008 AM – Anaheim, CA •

MS&T Division Meetings • National Meeting Participation – 2008 AM – Anaheim, CA • Nuclear Fuels and Structural Materials Embedded Topical – 2008 WM – Reno, NV • Materials Science: General Session • Reactor Fuels and Materials • (Nuclear Science and Engineering in Nevada) – 2009 AM – Atlanta, GA • Materials Science: General Session • Reactor Fuels and Materials – 2009 WM – Washington, DC • Materials Science: General Session • Reactor Fuels and Materials

MS&T Division Meetings • Topicals/Prior Two Years, Current Year, Future Two Years - Class

MS&T Division Meetings • Topicals/Prior Two Years, Current Year, Future Two Years - Class I Topicals - 2007 – Global’ 07–Organized Fuels and Materials Sessions - 2009 - 14 th International Conference on Environmental Degradation in Nuclear Power Systems, Virginia Beach, VA - 2010 - International LWR Fuel Performance Meeting/Top. Fuel - 2010 – Plutonium Futures (co-sponsorship proposed) - Class II Topicals - 2007 - 13 th International Conference on Environmental Degradation in Nuclear Power Systems, Whistler, British Columbia - 2011 - 15 th International Conference on Environmental Degradation in Nuclear Power Systems - Class III Topicals - 2008 - 2 nd Nuclear Fuels and Structural Materials for the Next Generation Nuclear Reactors (NFSM) - ICAPP’ 08 – Anaheim – Track 8 - Materials and Structural Issues - 2010 - 3 rd Nuclear Fuels and Structural Materials for the Next Generation Nuclear Reactors (NFSM) - ICAPP’ 10 – San Diego – Track 8 - Materials and Structural Issues

Summary: Status of Division Metrics and Measures (2008) Division Meetings Division Governance Division Contributions

Summary: Status of Division Metrics and Measures (2008) Division Meetings Division Governance Division Contributions to Society National Meeting Participation Succession Planning ANS Position Statements 2008 Annual Embedded Topical 1 Plenary , 0 panel 2008 Winter - 3 sessions, 0 panel 2009 Annual – 2 sessions 2009 Winter – 2 sessions Included in 2006 Strategic Plan MSTD is not responsible for any Position Statements Class I, Class II Topicals Membership Trends LWR Fuel Performance Conf Sept '04 (planned for 2010) Environmental Degradation (8/07, 8/09) 977/976 mbrs -. 1% change 2006 976/1042 mbrs +6. 8% change 2007 1042/1047 mbrs +0. 5% change 2008 Division Services to Membership Professional Development Atomistic Modeling in Fuels ANS 2004 Participation with Outside Professional Societies Scholarships James F. Schumar Scholarship Active Part. with TMS, NACE Class III Topicals ICAPP Embedded June 04; ICAPP 06, 08 Track 8 organization Embedded Nucl Fuels & Structural Mat’ls – June 2008 (111 summaries & plenary) 2010 Embedded: Nuclear fuels & Structural Materials Next Gen. Nuclear Reactors ( Summaries) Communications Society Leadership Peer Recognition/ Awards online newsletter in 2008, 2009 website updated in 2008, 2009 4 of 4 PDC; NPC 75% Exec Comm Mishima Award Outstanding Achievement Awards 08; Special Achievement Award 08; Literary Awards 08 Division Planning Non-Meeting Publications Student Support MSTD does not support non-mtg pubs Student Conference 2009; Travel support presenters at MSTD sessions 2006 Strategic Plan submitted to PDC Chair Division’s Commitment to YMG Liaison appointed; young professionals on Exec

Summary: continued • List Areas of Success – Engaging young professionals and students on

Summary: continued • List Areas of Success – Engaging young professionals and students on the Executive Committee – Support of students – Strong support of embedded topicals • Focus for Future Action – Stronger technical programming in the national meetings – Engaging greater numbers of students at national meetings