Nuclear Science & Technology Directorate Fellow, Idaho National Laboratory
Chief Scientist, US Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Science User Facilities
Deputy Director, US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Energy Frontier Research Center on Molten Salts in Extreme Environments
Research Areas: Radiation Damage in Nuclear Materials; Nuclear Fuel Performance, Management and Disposition; Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Reprocessing Systems; Radioactive Waste Management and Decommissioning; Advanced Characterization; Advanced Materials; Analytical Chemistry; Chemical Separations; Critical Materials; Critical Materials; Dynamic characterization and testing of nuclear materials; Energy; Extreme Conditions Research; Fuel Recycling; Ionic Liquids; Light Water Reactor Chemistry and Corrosion Processes; Materials Characterization; Materials Properties and Performance; Materials Science and Engineering; Mathematical modeling; Mesoscale modeling and simulation; Modeling and Simulation; Molten salt reactors; Monte Carlo Simulations; Neutron/ion irradiation damage of nuclear materials; Nuclear; Nuclear Engineering; Nuclear fuel cycle; Nuclear Fuel Separations; Nuclear Fuels; Office of Science; Particle transport calculations; Positron annihilation; Radiation interaction with materials; Radiation Tolerant Materials
Dr. Simon M. Pimblott has over 35 years of experience in the field of nuclear energy science. He has published over 140 peer-reviewed (plus numerous lesser) articles and has given 100+ invited lectures and seminars.
Currently a fellow in the Nuclear Science and Technology Directorate at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Dr Pimblott acts as the chief scientist for the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy Nuclear Science User Facilities program. In addition he is the deputy director of the Department of Energy Office of Basic Energy Science Energy Frontier Research Center in Molten Salts in Extreme Environments.
Prior to joining INL he was the chair professor in radiation chemistry and the founding director for the Dalton Cumbrian Facility (DCF) at The University of Manchester from 2006 to 2017. The DCF was established to address the engineering decommissioning and scientific challenges associated with the United Kingdom nuclear industry and particularly the Sellafield site in Cumbria, UK. Dr. Pimblott is a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and held the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's Energy Research Chair in Radiation Chemistry from 2007 to 2012. In 1999 he was the 27th Michael Fry Radiation Research Awardee—the most accomplished radiation scientist under 40 years of age.
D. Phil., Physical Chemistry Laboratory - University of Oxford (1988)
M.A. - St. Peter's College, University of Oxford (1988)
B.A. - St. Peter's College, University of Oxford (1985)
Royal Society of Chemistry (Fellow)
Materials Research Society
American Chemical Society
American Nuclear Society
Association for Radiation Research
K. Bawane, X. Liu, R. Gakhar, et al., Visualizing Time-Dependent Microstructural and Chemical Evolution during Molten Salt Corrosion of Ni-20Cr Model Alloy using Correlative Quasi In Situ TEM and In Situ Synchrotron X-ray Nanotomography, Corrosion Science 2022, 195, 109962.
L. Leay, A. Baidak, C. Anderson, et al., Resurgence of a Nation's Radiation Science Driven by its Nuclear Industry Needs, Appl. Sci. 2021, 11, 11081.
M. E. Smith, S.M. Pimblott& J.A. LaVerne, Hydroxyl radical yields in the heavy ion radiolysis of water, Radiat. Phys. Chem., 2021, 188, 109629.
K. Bawane, P. Manaris, Y.C. Wang, et al., Determining oxidation states of transition metals in molten salt corrosion using electron energy loss spectroscopy, Scripta Materialia 2021, 197, 112790.
A. Ramos-Ballesteros, R. Gakhar, G.P. Horne, et al., Gamma radiation-induced defects in KCl, MgCl2, and ZnCl2 salts at room temperature, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2021 23, 10384-94.
S.M. Pimblott, R. Gakhar, G.P. Horne, et al., Chemical Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Molten Salt Systems, Trans. Am. Nucl.Soc. 2020, 123, 461-462.
W.C. Phillips, R. Gakhar, G.P. Horne, et al., Design and performance of high temperature furnace and cell holder for in situ spectroscopic, electrochemical, and radiolytic investigations of molten salts, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 2020, 91, 083105.
J.S. Southworth, S.M. Pimblott, R.M. Orr & S.P.K. Koehler, A novel method for measuring the radiolysis yields of water adsorbed on ZrO2 nanoparticles, Radiat. Phys. Chem., 2020, 174, 108924.
Invited Seminars and Lectures (Scientific)Radiation induced chemistry of gases in contact with oxide surfaces, Miller Conference in Radiation Chemistry, Sicily, Italy, 7th -12th October 2017.
The Impact of Radiation on the Chemical Dynamics of Reactive Systems, IDREAM All-Hands Meeting, PNNL, Richland, WA, 12th-16th June 2017.
Radiation Damage to Materials using Ion Beams, Department of Materials, University of Sheffield, UK, 3rd May 2017.
Multiscale modelling of radiation chemistry: from picosecond processes to observable endpoints, SPIE Optics & Optoelectronics 2017, Damage to VUV, EUV, and X-ray Optics (XDam6) Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, 24th – 27th April 2017.
The DCF: A National Nuclear User Facility, The 5th Huddersfield Annual Accelerator Symposium: announcing the UK National Ion Beam Centre, Huddersfield, 21st April, 2017.
Radiation Induced Sensitisation of AGR Fuel Clad, Engineering Research, INL, USA, 10th March, 2017.Radiation Induced Sensitisation of AGR Fuel Clad, Materials and Fuels Complex, INL, USA, 9th March, 2017.
Waste management and radiation damage research at University of Manchester (delivered by L. Leay), UK/Ukraine Workshop on Chernobyl Decommissioning, Sheffield, UK, 28th February – 1st March 2017.
Radiation track structure and the charge cycling of ions in nuclear materials, International Conference on Ionizing Processes, Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY, USA, 10th – 14th October, 2016.
Stochastic track chemistry simulations of water radiolysis at elevated temperature, Nuclear Power Chemistry Conference, Brighton UK, 1st – 7th October, 2016.
Experimental SETUP for radiolysis and corrosion Studies under light water reactor operating conditions” delivered by Alex Baidak, Nuclear Power Chemistry Conference, Brighton UK, 1st – 7th October, 2016.
Academic Perspective on Waste Management and Decommissioning, NI Young Generation Network, Summergrove, Cumbria, UK, 27th – 29th Sep. 2016.
Radiolysis of H2-O2 mixtures at the interface with ceramic oxides (delivered by Luke Jones), Plutonium Futures – The Science 2016, Baden-Baden Germany, 18th – 21st September 2016.
Research and Technology Transfer at The University of Manchester Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Atomic Energy Society of Japan, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka, Japan, 7th – 9th Sep. 2016.
Radiation Induced Sensitisation of AGR Cladding Using a Particle Accelerator, MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix, USA, (28th Mar. – 1st Apr. 2016.
Experimental and Modelling Investigation of the Radiolysis of the PUREX Solvent System, ACS Spring Meeting, San Diego, USA, (13th - 28th Mar. 2016.
Investigation into the Radiolysis of PUREX Solvent Systems (delivered by G. Horne), GLOBAL 2015, Paris, France, (20th - 24th Sep. 2015).
Investigation into the Radiolysis of PUREX Solvent Systems, Tihany Symposium on Radiation Chemistry, Lake Balaton, Hungary, (29th Aug.-3rd Sep. 2015).
Status of Radiation Chemistry in the UK. Radical Behaviour, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA (13-15 Julv 2015).
Investigation into the Radiolysis of PUREX Solvent Systems, Radical Behaviour, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA (13-15 Julv 2015).
Investigation into the Radiolysis of PUREX Solvent, International Congress on Radiation Research in Kyoto, Japan (25-29 May 2015).
The DCF: A Teaching and Research Facility, NNL Graduates Day, 28 April, 2015.
Radiation Chemical Kinetics of Ion Tracks, BioQuaRT, Final Dissemination Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, 22 April, 2015.
Investigation into the Radiolysis of PUREX Solvent Systems (delivered by G. Horne) First SACSESS International Workshop: ‘Towards safe and optimised separation processes, a challenge for nuclear scientists’ Warsaw, Poland (22-24 April 2015).
Experimental and theoretical perspectives of the effects of charge exchange of medium speed ions in various nuclear materials. (delivered by J. Schofield) Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry, Windermere, UK, Mar-2015.
Nano-chemistry of Ion Irradiation, Nano-IBCT Meeting, Boppard, Germany, 28th Nov. 2014.
Radiation resistance of novel polymeric encapsulants (delivered by Logan Barr), ACS Fall Meeting 2014, San Francisco, 13th August, 2104.
Experiences from building the Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Scientific possibilities in the Oskarshamn Region in Kalmar County, Kalmar, Sweden, 6th November, 2012.
Molecular Hydrogen Yields from Alpha Radiolysis of Nitrate and Sulphate Solutions, Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Puerto Rico, USA, 4th October, 2012.
Fundamental Aspects of Radiation Chemistry: Differences between Gamma and Alpha Radiolysis, Pu Futures Summer School, Whitehaven, 12th July, 2012.
The DCF - A New Experimental Capability, NI YGN Meeting - An Introduction to Decommissioning and Waste Management, Whitehaven, 13th June, 2012.
Precursors to Hydrogen Formation in the g and Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, 2nd International Workshop on Radiation Effects in Nuclear Technology, Tokyo, 28th February, 2012.
Radiation Effects on Nuclear Materials: the DCF a New Experimental Capability, NDA Workshop on Radiation Damage, Sheffield, 16th January, 2012.
Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 28th September, 2011.
Post-irradiation Degradation of PVC, Tihany Symposium on Radiation Chemistry, Zalakaros, Hungary, 28th August 2011.
Radiation Science at the Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Harnessing Radiation Symposium, RSc Cumbria Section, Whitehaven, UK, 29th June, 2011.
Precursors to Hydrogen Formation in the and Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, 27th Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry, Tällberg, Sweden, 24th May 2011.
Radiation Science at the Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Workshop on Radiation Effects in Nuclear Technology, Tokyo, Japan, 10th March 2011.
Radiation Science at the Dalton Cumbrian Facility, C-NET Launch, Manchester, U.K., 17th January 2011.Stochastic Simulation of Ion Radiolysis in Aqueous Systems, MaSC Launch, Manchester, U.K., 13th January, 2011.
The Dalton Cumbria Facility, UK Decommissioning and Waste Management 2010, Rheged, Cumbria, 2nd November, 2010.
Heavy ion radiolysis of water and aqueous systems, 21st CAARI, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, 13th August, 2010.Precursors to Hydrogen Formation in the and Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, Gordon Research Conference on Radiation Chemistry, Proctor Acadamy, New Hampshire, USA, 19th July 2010.
Radiation Chemistry of Water in Contact with Nuclear Fuels and Structural Materials, 2010 American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting, 16th June 2010.
Post-irradiation Degradation of PVC, MPC Conference, Staff House, Manchester, 18th Jan., 2010.
Radiation Effects and Geological Disposal, RSC Radiochemistry Group Annual Meeting: Geodisposal, Chancellors Conference Centre, Manchester, 2nd Dec., 2009.Molecular Hydrogen Formation in the and Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, 55th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Savannah, Georgia, USA, 6th Oct., 2009.
Radiation Science at the Dalton CUmbria Facility, Meeting of the NDA External Research Board, Penrith, Cumbria, 22nd Sept., 2009.
Stochastic Simulation of Heavy Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, Radiation Chemistry in the 21st Century. A Visionary Meeting, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA, 15th July, 2009.
Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste, EPSRC DIAMOND Consortium, WP3 Annual Meeting, Imperial College London, London, 2nd July, 2009.
Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, Energy Symposium, School of Chemistry, University of Manchester, Manchester, 6th May, 2009.
Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, PTCL, University of Oxford, Oxford, 9th February, 2009.
Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, University of Notre Dame, USA, 8th January, 2009.
Experiment-with-Modeling Studies of the Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, University of Bristol, UK, 23rd October, 2008.
Future Needs and Opportunities in Radiation Sciences, Development of a Regional Linac Facility: A National Physical Laboratory Workshop, Guildford, Surrey, 15th September, 2008.
Stochastic Analysis of the Nonhomogeneous Dynamics in Ion Radiolysis, 2nd Asia Pacific Symposium on Radiation Chemistry, Tokyo, Japan, 1st September, 2008.
Experiment-with-Modeling Study of the Radiation Chemistry of Nuclear Waste Systems, 20th International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Fort Worth, Texas, 15th August, 2008.
Photon Science: Building New Understanding in Radiation Sciences, NLS Chemical Sciences Workshop, STFC Daresbury Laboratory, Daresbury, 22nd May, 2008.
Building New Capabilities in Radiation Sciences, School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, University of Manchester, Manchester, 19th May, 2008.
Building New Capabilities in Radiation Sciences, NDA Science Board, London, 24th October, 2007.
Degradation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Media by / and Radiations, MRS 2007 Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXXI, Sheffield, 18th September, 2007.
Production of low energy electrons and hydroxyl radicals by heavy ions, COSTUK 2007 Meeting, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, 12th September, 2007.
Modelling of the Effects of Temperature on the Radiolysis of Water and Aqueous systems, 13th International Congress on Radiation Research, San Francisco, USA, 12th July, 2007.
Experiment-with-simulation Analysis of Hydrated Electron and Hydroxyl Radical Yields in Heavy Ion Radiolysis of Water, 13th International Congress on Radiation Research, San Francisco, USA, 9th July, 2007.
Radiation Chemistry in the 21st century: Fast processes, heavy ions and the nuclear industry, Symposium to Mark the Careers of Prof. Ken Bagnall & Dr. Bill Newton, Chancellors Conference Center, Manchester, UK, 5th April, 2007.
Production of low energy electron by heavy ions and their effect on radiation damage, Symposium on Radiation Effects of Biomedical Interest, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid, Spain, 24th February, 2007.
Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory, Dept. of Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 21th November, 2006.
Role of Low Energy Electrons in Determining the Effects of Ionizing Radiation, 11th Tihany Symposium on Radiation Chemistry, Eger, Hungary, 27th August, 2006.
Role of Low Energy Electrons in Determining the Effects of Ionizing Radiation, Spring Meeting, American Chemical Society, Atlanta, GA, 29th March, 2006.
Early Events in Radiation Chemistry and Investigations by Heavy Ion Beams, 9th Sanken International Symposium on Advance Science and Technology for Materials, Biology and Information by Quantum Beams, Osaka, Japan, 9th February, 2006.
Gamma and Heavy Ion Experiments and Stochastic Calculations on Hydrocarbons, Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, University of Osaka, Japan, 6th February, 2006.
Stochastic Treatment of Fundamental Radiation Chemistry and Investigations by Heavy Ion Beams, Nuclear Professional School, University of Tokyo, Tokai and telecast to Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 3rd February, 2006.
Hazardous and corrosive gas production in the radiolysis of water/organic mixtures, Pacifichem 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii, 19th December, 2005.
Role of Water in Reactions of Aqueous Radiation-Induced Chemistry, Pacifichem 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii, 16th December, 2005.
Radiation Research at Notre Dame, Graduate Student Introduction, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Univ. of Notre Dame, IN, 6th October,2005.
Dynamics of Low Energy Electrons in Ion Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems, 2004 B.E.S. Meeting on Condensed Phase and Interfacial Molecular Science, Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, VA., 26th October, 2004.
Stochastic Analysis of Nonhomogeneous Dynamics in Ion Radiolysis, Gordon Conference on Radiation Chemistry, Colby College, ME, 20th June, 2004.
Radiation-driven Chemistry, Understanding the Role of Water on Electron-initiated Processes and Radical Chemistry, Briefing at D.O.E. HQ, Germantown, MD, 5th December, 2003.
Ultrafast Reactions of Energetic Species Produced by Ionizing Radiation, 56th Gaseous Electronics Conference (GEC), San Francisco, CA, 24th October, 2003.
Chemical Dynamics of Low Energy Electrons, Fall A.C.S. Meeting, New York, September 2003.
A Perspective on Radiation-driven Chemistry, Understanding the Role of Water on Electron-initiated Processes and Radical Chemistry, D.O.E. Workshop, E.M.S.L., P.N.N.L, Richland, WA, 26th September, 2002.
On the Role of Low-energy Electrons in the Radiation Chemistry of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Mixed Media Systems, Great Lakes Regional Meeting of A.C.S., Minneapolis, MN, June, 2002.
The Tracks of Low and High LET Radiations and their Chemistry, 13th Symposium on Microdosimetry, Stresa, Italy, 2001.
Role of Low Energy Electrons in Workshop on Radiobiological Relevance of Low Energy Photon and Particle Experiments, 48th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, San Juan, 2001.
The Role of Low-Energy Electrons in the Radiation Chemistry of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Aqueous Systems, Miller Conference, Windermere, U.K., 2001.
Simulation of the Effects of Track Structure on Radiation Chemistry, Polish Chemical Society Meeting, Poland, 2000.
Simulation of the Effects of Track Structure on Radiation Chemistry, Puls’2000, Leba, Poland, 2000.
The Non-homogeneous Radiation Chemistry of the Track-end, Institute for Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw, Poland, 2000.
Precursors to the Hydrated Electron and Molecular Hydrogen in the Radiolysis of Concentrated Aqueous Systems, 47th. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Albuquerque, 2000.
Chemical Consequences of Radiation Tracks in Water and DNA, 11th ICRR, Dublin, Eire, 1999.
Simulation of Positronium Formation, Miller Conference, Doorwerth, The Netherlands, 1999.
Simulation of the Effects of Particle Energy on the Yield of Single Strand Breaks in the Radiolysis of Aqueous DNA Solutions, International Workshop on Radiation Damage in DNA: Lesions, Mechanisms and Consequences, 1999.
Methodology in Modelling Track Structure, 9th L.H. Gray Workshop, Milton House, Harwell, U.K. 1998.
Reactive Transients Produced by High Energy Radiation: Tracks and their Chemistry, Interfacultair Reactor Instituut, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands, 1998.
Simulation of the Effects of Track Structure in the Radiolysis of Water, Aqueous Systems and DNA, Puls'97 Meeting, Szczyrk Poland, 1997.
Chemical Consequences of Track Structure in Low-LET Radiolysis, Fall A.C.S. Meeting, Las Vegas, 1997.
Track Structure and the Radiation Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions, Miller Conference, Windermere, U.K., 1997.
The Effect of Electron Energy on Radiation Damage, 12th Symposium on Microdosimetry, Keble College, Oxford, 1996.
Radiation-induced Chemistry. Effects of Track Structure, Department of Chemistry, King’s College, London, 1996.
Initial Energy Deposition Events in Radiation Damage to Water and DNA, N.I.H. Radiation Chemistry at the DNA Level - A Radiation Study Section Workshop, Washington D.C., 1996.
Energy Losses by Energetic Electrons: Consequences of Track Processes, 44th. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Chicago, 1996.
Modeling of Fast Kinetics in a Radiation Track, Miller Conference, Cervia/Milano Marittama (RA), Italy, 1995.Energy Losses by Fast Electrons : Consequences of Track Processes, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington, 1995.
Energy Loss by Electrons in DNA, International Workshop on Radiation Damage in DNA: Structure-Function Relationships at Early Times, Gleneden, Oregon, 1994.
Theories for Spur Chemistry, 42nd. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Nashville, 1994.Theoretical Studies in Radiation Chemistry and Radiation Biology, Medical Center, University of Rochester, 1993.
Theoretical Studies of Radiation Chemical Kinetics, Office of Program Analysis Review, Washington D.C., 1993.
Theoretical Studies of Radiation Chemical Kinetics, Miller Conference, Windermere, U.K., 1993.
Early Events in Radiation Chemistry, 41st. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Dallas, 1993.
Models for the Radiation Chemistry of Aqueous Systems, Eleventh Symposium on Microdosimetry, Gatlinburg TN, 1992.
Short-time Kinetics in Radiation Chemistry Department of Chemistry, Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne, 1992.Stochastic Modeling of the Photolysis and the Radiolysis of Water, Gordon Conference on Radiation Chemistry, 1992.
Investigation of Factors Influencing the Effect of Scavengers on the Radiation Chemistry of Water, 40th. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Salt Lake City, 1992.
Stochastic Processes in Radiation Chemistry, Division of Molecular Processes, Medical Research Council, Radiobiology Unit, Chilton, U.K., 1991.
Theories of Radiation Chemical Kinetics in Water and in Aqueous Systems, Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, 1991.
Structure of Electron Tracks in Water, Miller Conference, Toulon-Hyeres, France, 1991.
Stochastic Processes in Radiation Chemistry, Center for Radiological Research, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, 1991.
Ionization and Excitation Distribution in Water Radiolysis, Solvated Electron 25 Years After, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois, 1990.
Short-time Kinetics in Radiation Chemistry, 37th. Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Seattle, 1989.
Kinetic Modelling in Radiation Chemistry, Meeting of the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements, Brussels, 1987.
Invited Seminars and Lectures (General)The Problem With Nuclear Waste ..., Forever Learning Institute, South Bend, 3rd November, 2004.
Nuclear Update. Dirty Bombs and Terrorism, Should We Be Afraid?, Forever Learning Institute, South Bend, 14th May, 2003.
Nuclear Power. Does It Have a Role in the 21st Century, Forever Learning Institute, South Bend, 1999.
Reflections on America: A View from the Outside, South Bend Lions Club, South Bend, 1999.
Radiation Clean Up. Put Up or Shut Up. Forever Learning Institute, South Bend, 1998.
Commended Finalist, Best in eLearning, The University of Manchester EPS, (for CHEM10101 Introductory Chemistry, 2016
Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (to UoM School Governor Initiative), 2016
Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community, Times Higher Education Awards (to UoM School Governor Initiative), 2014
Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining's Gold Medal (to UoM Dalton Nuclear Institute), 2014
The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education (to UoM Dalton Nuclear Institute), 2011 & 2013
U.K. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Energy Research Chair in Radiation Chemistry, 2007-2012
Michael Fry Radiation Research Awardee, 1999