Meeting/Workshop

Fundamental Properties to Advance Molten Salt Reactor Technology

A three-day workshop in September 2020 focusing on MSR chemistry

Simplified oblong image of a reactor and image of molten salt molecules colored green and orange. Plus text.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Discovery Hall, 650 Horn Rapids Road, Richland, Washington state, USA, 99354

This workshop gathers subject matter experts, managers, researchers, vendors, and students to discuss the progress and advances of molten salt reactor (MSR) technologies. This comprises thermal or fast neutron spectrum reactor designs as well as chloride and/or fluoride salt concepts.

Presentations will focus on molten salt chemistry, actinide and radionuclide chemistry under molten salt conditions, modeling, thermodynamics, corrosion, and safeguards. Additionally, this three-day workshop will include tours, a poster session, invited lecturers, exhibitors, and networking.

Join us September 15-17, 2020, at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the State of Washington to discover and share the latest in advancing molten salt reactor systems.

Contact us at 509-372-6035 or AdvancingMSR2020@pnnl.gov to receive workshop event updates or to explore sponsorship opportunities. Find more details online at AdvancingMSR2020.pnnl.gov.