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Michael Carpenter

Pricipal Investigator and Project Manager

Research Areas:
Net Zero Waste in Manufacturing; Chemical Separations

Biography:
Michael V. Carpenter is relationship manager for Energy Water Nexus and Water Security programs at Idaho National Laboratory, active in support development of the Water Technologies user facility, which integrates crossover research for water security. He has been active in building collaboration between INL, EPA, DHS, DOD, AWWA and universities to expand Water Security Test Bed Program research. He is the manager of special projects for bio-agent and chemical terror threat scenario testing. Since 2007, he has managed three collaborative exercises and training scenarios conducted at the INL PBF-632 center. He was on a team that won an R&D 100 Award in 2009 for its water sample concentrator.

Education:

​B.S., Environmental Business Management - Idaho State University

Publications:
​WM 03’ Conference February 23-27, 2003, Tucson Arizona, Real-Time Soils Characterization and Analyses Systems Used at Ohio Closure Sites L.G. Roybal, M.V. Carpenter, J.R. Giles Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory R. Danahy, Fernald Closure Project.

 
INL/EXT-99-00105: Final Report: RAMS Deployment at Two United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Facilities (Limited Access).

 
SPECTRUM '96 International Conference on Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management, August 18-23, 1996, Seattle Washington: Dig-Face Characterization of Radioactive Soil During Excavation at Mound Laboratory, Miamisburg, Ohio.

 
SPECTRUM ’98 International Conference on Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management, September 13-18, 1998, Denver Colorado: INL Remedial Action Management System.

 
M.V. Carpenter, R.J. Gehrke, R.G. Helmer, and N. Josten, “Mapping of Contamination at Savannah River Site FBWU by INL Trolley” INL/EXT-98-00062.

 
Contributing Authorship
The Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) The 15th Annual West Coast Conference on Soils, Sediments and Water March 14-17, 2005, Marriott Mission Valley, San Diego, California: INL Real-Time Systems Used for Characterization of Closure Site Soil Remediation Project.

 
INL/EXT-04-01620: Real-Time FIDLER Technical Operations Guide, February 2004.

 
INL/EXT-02-01495, Revision 0, INL Actinide X-ray In Situ Scanning System Calibration & Pre-demonstration Test at the Miamisburg Closure Project.

 
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 422 (1999) 826-831, R.G. Helmer, R.J. Gehrke, M.V. Carpenter, "Three Types of Photon Detectors for in situ Measurements".

 
INEL-95/0302: Results of the Gamma-Neutron Mapper Performance Test on 55-Gallon Drums at the RWMC.

 
INEL-95/0633: Dig-Face Monitoring during Excavation of a Radioactive Plume at Mound Laboratory, Ohio.

 
SPECTRUM '96 International Conference on Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management, August 18-23, 1996, Los Alamos LAUR 96-1371: Environmental Waste Site Characterization Utilizing Aerial Photographs, Remote Sensing, and Surface Geophysics.

 
N.E. Josten, R.J. Gehrke, and M.V. Carpenter, “Dig-Face Monitoring during Excavation of a Radioactive Plume at Mound Laboratory, Ohio” INEL-95/0633.

 
R.G. Helmer, R.J. Gehrke, M.V. Carpenter, Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research, Section A 422 (1999) 826-831, "Three types of photon detectors for in situ measurement".

 
Awards:
R&D Magazine 2009 R&D 100 Award Winner (Editor’s Choice Award), Water Sample Concentrator, Roybal, L. G., Carpenter, M. V., Lindquist, H. A., Gallardo, V., July 2009.

 
Idaho National Laboratory, INL Laboratory Directors Award, 2009.
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