2017-10-26 16:40 科学研究处
报告题目:Fundamental Approaches to Selective Separations and Examples of Applications

报 告 人:Bruce A. Moyer (美国橡树岭国家实验室)

报告时间:2017年10月30日(星期一)上午9:00-10:00

报告地点:核能楼601会议室

报告简介:乏核燃料分离

报告人简介:
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Bruce A. Moyer, 美国橡树岭国家实验室(ORNL)的化学部(Chemical Sciences Division)化学分离中心主任、乏核燃料后处理领域最杰出的科学家。
Bruce Moyer’s career has spanned more than 30 years in chemical sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, specializing in both fundamental and applied aspects of solvent extraction and ion exchange. He received his BS degree in chemistry from Duke University in 1974 and his PhD in inorganic chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1979. In addition to his duties as a Group Leader, Chemical Separations in the ORNL Chemical Sciences Division, Dr. Moyer leads the Sigma Team for Minor Actinide Separations for the Fuel Cycle Research and Development program of the US Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy; and the Diversifying Supply focus area of the Critical Materials Institute, a USDOE Energy Innovation Hub led by Ames Lab. He also provides leadership for the chemical development of the Next Generation Solvent implementation for cesium removal from the tank waste at Savannah River Site. He also serves as Co-editor of the journal Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange and the book series Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction.
His most successful technology application is the development of the Caustic-Side Solvent Extraction (CSSX) process, which has been operating successfully in the Modular CSSX Unit at the Savannah River Site, processing over 4 million gallons of high-level waste. Dr. Moyer has published over 250 open-literature articles, book chapters, proceedings papers, and reports. His patents range from solvent extraction of cesium for nuclear-waste cleanup to supported liquid membrane systems and novel anion-exchange resins. Dr. Moyer has received a number of awards: 2011 Council of Chemical Research Collaboration Award for Development and Implementation of High-Level Salt-Waste Processing Technology (team award); IR-100 Award in 2004 for A Highly Selective, Regenerable Perchlorate Treatment System; UT-Battelle Technical Achievement Award in 2000 for Contributions to the Development of Novel Resin Regeneration Techniques; three Lockheed Martin Research Corporation Achievement awards in 1999—Leadership Award, Development Award (novel bifunctional anion exchange resin), and Development Award (novel process for cesium separation from waste). In 2008, Dr. Moyer served as the Technical Chair of the 2008 International Solvent Extraction Conference (ISEC '08) and Editor-in-Chief of the proceedings, and in 2011 he served as member of the Advisory Committee, Program Chair for Nuclear Separations, and co-Editor of the Proceedings of ISEC 2011.