Haley Williams was nominated to give a presentation on “Fluoroacidity and temperature effects on the speciation of chromium in molten fluoride salts,” at the Nuclear Energy Agency’s 2023 Global Forum on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy at MIT. As stated on their website, The goals and objectives of the Global Forum are to:
Identify good practices, facilitate shared activities, and co-ordinate joint programs to advance nuclear science and technology, education, and policy.
Conduct studies and analyses related to the future of the nuclear sector with particular focus on academic and human capital issues.
Hold periodic symposia to highlight the Forum’s work and provide a venue for experts from academic institutions, as well as other stakeholders to identify emerging issues and creative solutions related to the strategic areas identified.
Haley’s presentation helped communicate important current research being done on molten salt structure to a growing nuclear community!