Nomination of Candidates for Tommy Thompson and George C. Laurence Awards
The Tommy Thompson Award for Nuclear Safety is presented annually to persons who have made outstanding contributions to the enhancement of nuclear installations safety. The award is named in honor of Professor Theos J. (Tommy) Thompson of MIT, who made outstanding contributions to nuclear reactor safety, including being the principal author of a pioneering textbook on the subject.
The selection process is a two-step procedure, namely:
(2) a more in-depth selection from those candidates who passed the initial screening. This latter process requires submission of a number of letters of recommendation stating the reasons why the candidate is qualified for the award.
Please send nominations to: Phillip Ellison at firstname.lastname@example.org
2011 Tommy Thompson Award for Nuclear Safety
Dr. Michael L. Corradini was award the 2011 Tommy Thompson award. Mike received the award during the Honors and Awards Luncheon at the 2011 winter meeting. Dr. Corradini was one of 18 individuals who were nominated in 2011 to receive this award.
2011 George C. Laurence Award for Nuclear Safety
Dr. Hans K. Fauske was awarded the George C. Laurence award for 2011. Hans received the George C. Laurence Award during the Spring 2012 meeting in Chicago.