User:Andreas Kronenberg

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Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Kronenberg
nuclear and radiochemist, research associate at the Stewardship Center of Excellence for Radioactive Ion Beam Studies at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, BS Technical University Dresden, MS University of Marburg, Ph.D. University of Mainz, research associate at Florida State University, Los Alamos National Laboratory, now at Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Vice-President of NucTecSolutions ( listed in “Who is Who in America” and “Who is Who in Science and Engineering” Research Interests: Classical nuclear chemistry techniques and radiochemical methods; separation & speciation techniques; rapid chemistry with short-lived isotopes, tracer chemistry, activation analysis; target preparation and design; alpha-, beta-, gamma-spectrometry, low-level counting techniques, nuclear reaction studies and nuclear data measurements, isotope production, nuclear technology and applications, nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste management, actinide chemistry, Homeland Security, Non-proliferation, radioactive-ion-beam production and experiments for Stewardship Science Member ANS, ACS, APS, German Nuclear Society, German Chemical Society, Materials Research Society, ASM International, Radiochemistry Society, Institute of Nuclear Materials Management 1998-2002 member of the scientific advisory committee “Chemistry and waste management” on the annually General Meeting of the German Nuclear Society; 2003-2006 member of the Honors and Awards Committee of the American Nuclear Society

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