Research Areas: Biomass Feedstock National User Facility ; Bioenergy Technologies
Biography: Craig C. Conner is a field engineer at Idaho National Laboratory involved in the development and testing of full scale bioenergy equipment. He has more than 30 years' experience in the design, procurement, setup, testing and operation of equipment for nuclear processing facilities. Particular activities focus on the cooperative design, development, and the deployment of robotic and remote systems, deployment systems, and closed circuit television systems which support environmental efforts. He was a bronze winner of the George Westinghouse Signature of Excellence Award in 1990, 1991 and 1992. He studied electronic technology at Columbia-Montour Vocational Technical School, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Robotic Tank Inspection.” American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting, June 19-23, 1994.
“Remote Inspections at the Idaho National engineering Laboratory.” American Nuclear Society 1992 Summer Meeting, June 8-12, 1992.
“Remote Inspections of Underground Storage Tanks,” American Nuclear Society 1992 Summer Meeting, June 8-12.
Spirit of Excellence Award, GEM Warm Standby Team in recognition of the team’s significant contributions in preparing for and completing the grouting of the GEM excavation, 2004
Spirit of Excellence Award, GEM Materials Characterization Team, 2004
George Westinghouse Signature of Excellence Award, Bronze Winner, 1990, 1991, 1992
Certificate of Appreciation, INEL Office of Academic Programs, 1993
Total Quality Achievement Award-Team Finalist, 1992