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Appendix D: Biographical Sketches of the Committee
Pages 35-40

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... Mr. Croff's technical accomplishments include creating the ORIGEN2 computer code used worldwide to calculate the radioactive characteristics of nuclear materials for use in nuclear material and waste characterization, risk analyses, and nuclear fuel cycle analysis; developing and evaluating comprehensive, risk-based waste classification systems, including changing the boundary defining transuranic waste from 10 to 100 nCi/g; technical, economic, and systems analysis of current and advanced nuclear fuel/material cycles from uranium mining through waste disposal; conceiving, analyzing, and reviewing actinide partitioning-transmutation (P-T)
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... She has more than 20 years of experience serving at Sandia National Laboratories in several capacities, including as director of the Nuclear Waste Management Program Center, manager of the Environmental Risk Assessment and Waste Management Department, and deputy manager of the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP) and Technical Integration Department.
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... Craig S Hansen is an independent business consultant with 27 years of executive and senior-level experience in facility/site management; business and product line management; executing large and complex nuclear plant manufacturing, construction, decommissioning, and nuclear reactor servicing contracts; and in successful leadership of complex technical projects facing a wide range of stakeholder challenges.
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... Milton Levenson1 was an independent consultant with a long and successful 73 years in the nuclear energy and related fields. His work experience began at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1944, with most of it in nuclear reactor safety and fuel processing.
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... He served as a member of the National Academies' Board on Radioactive Waste Management's Committees on Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory HighLevel Waste Alternative Treatments, and Cesium Processing Alternatives for High-Level Waste at the Savannah River Site.
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... in 2001. He has chaired the National Academies' Board on Radioactive Waste Management, as well as National Academies committees on the Review of the Hanford Site's Environmental Remediation Science and Technology Plan; Models in the Regulatory Decision Process; Medical Isotope Production Without Highly Enriched Uranium; and Understanding and Managing Risk in Security Systems for the Department of Energy Nuclear Weapons Complex.

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