Doug C. Crawford
Research Areas: Nuclear Engineering; Nuclear Fuels
Bachelor's degree, metallurgical engineering, University of Idaho, 1984
Master's degree, nuclear engineering, University of Washington, 1986
Doctorate, nuclear engineering, University of Michigan, 1991
MBA, University of Chicago, 2005
D. C. Crawford, D. L. Porter, S. L. Hayes, and R. N. Hill, “Fuel Element Design for the Enhanced Destruction of Plutonium in a Nuclear Reactor,” U. S. Patent No. 5,887,044, Issued March 23, 1999.
April 2008 GE Hitachi Nuclear Quality Cup Team Member
ANS Materials Science and Technology Division 2006 Significant Contribution Award
ANS 1996 Young Member Engineering Achievement Award
ANL Exceptional Performance Awards
ANS Materials Science and Technology Division Scholarship
Tau Beta Pi, Phi Gamma Delta chapter Outstanding Senior
Ziegler Foundation Scholarship at University of Idaho
Crawford's subject matter expertise includes fast reactor and boiling water reactor fuel performance and design, fuel safety testing and licensing, fuel specification, technical leadership and issue resolution, and nuclear materials storage technology.