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Terry Todd

Director and Laboratory Fellow

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Biography:
Terry Todd, Ph.D., is a Laboratory Fellow and Director of the Fuel Cycle Science and Technology Division at Idaho National Laboratory. His primary focus is directing research and development of advanced technologies for spent nuclear fuel recycle and other chemical separation applications. He also serves as the National Technical Director for the DOE Nuclear Technology Research and Development Material Recovery and Waste Form Development Program. Dr. Todd has 35 years of experience in chemical separation technologies involving spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering from Montana State University and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Khlopin Radium Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia. He has published over 200 journal articles, reports and conference proceedings and has been awarded 23 U.S. patents and 6 Russian patents. He has received the Glenn T. Seaborg Actinide Separations Award (2005), Illinois Engineering Council Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award (2005), R&D 100 award (2006), NASA Tech brief’s Nano50 Award (2006), Federal Laboratory Consortium Outstanding Technology Development award (2006), Stoel Rives Idaho Innovation Award (2006), the AIChE Nuclear Engineering Division Robert E. Wilson Award (2011) and the Secretary of Energy’s Achievement Award (2013). He serves on the Editorial Board for the journal Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange. Dr. Todd is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the American Nuclear Society (ANS). He is the past Chair of ANS Fuel Cycle and Waste Management Division and a lifetime member of the Idaho Section of ANS. He is also the founder of an endowed chemical engineering scholarship at the University of Idaho. He has served on numerous international conference scientific advisory boards and technical program committees. He was the technical program chair for Global 2013, International Fuel Cycle Conference. Outside of work he enjoys piloting his plane, playing basketball with his sons, bicycling and golfing.

Education:

​Ph.D., Chemical Engineering - Khlopin Radium Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia

M.S., Chemical Engineering - Montana State University

B.S., Chemical Engineering - Montana State University

Affiliations:

​American Nuclear Society

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Awards:

Glenn T. Seaborg Actinide Separations Award (2005)

Illinois Engineering Council Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award (2005)

R&D 100 award (2006)

NASA Tech brief’s Nano50 Award (2006)

Federal Laboratory Consortium Outstanding Technology Development award (2006)

Stoel Rives Idaho Innovation Award (2006)

AIChE Nuclear Engineering Division Robert E. Wilson Award (2011)

Secretary of Energy’s Achievement Award (2013)

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