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Uranium Characterization and Remediation at the Hanford Site
January 16, 2024

Uranium Characterization and Remediation at the Hanford Site


On January 16th, 2024, FIU collaborated with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to feature a Tech Talk with Dr. Hilary Emerson and Dr. Jim Szecsody titled “Uranium Characterization and Remediation at the Hanford Site”.

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Speakers

Dr. Hilary Emerson

Dr. Hilary Emerson


Earth Scientist
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
hilary.emerson@pnnl.gov

Hilary Emerson is an Earth Scientist working in the Fundamental Processes group under the Energy and Environment Directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Emerson has experience in fate and remediation of radionuclides, including the actinide elements. She enjoys working on systems spanning from laboratory to field scale. Since joining PNNL in 2019, her work has focused primarily on site characterization studies and development of remediation technologies for radionuclides.

Dr. Jim Szecsody

Dr. Jim Szecsody


Environmental Engineer
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
jim.szecsody@pnnl.gov

Jim Szecsody is an Environmental Engineer working in the Fundamental Processes group under the Energy and Environment Directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Szecsody’s research includes the development of subsurface remediation technologies and contaminant characterization. This includes laboratory research and model simulation at the batch scale to identify and parameterize reactions and processes, 1-D flow experiments to address process coupling with advection, 2-D laboratory experiments to address the importance of spatial heterogeneities, and field experiments to upscale engineered geochemical remediation methods. Compounds investigated include energetics, chlorinated solvents, and metals/radionuclides.


Joining the meeting instructions

This event is being hosted using Microsoft Teams. It is required for every attendee to have this app installed on their desktop or mobile device. You can download this app from the following link or use the links of the sidebar for mobile devices.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/download-app

This event is sponsored by The U.S. Department of Energy

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