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Thomas Marcille

Tom Marcille is the project leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory for Space and Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (NTP) reactor systems, including reactor design, space fuel development and manufacturing and critical physics experimentation. He has 15+ years of experience in space reactor design, lattice physics, cross-section application (GE), SP-100 core design, flight shield design and optimization (GE), and JIMO (Lockheed Martin and LANL). He has significant experience in both fast reactor and thermal reactor design. Mr. Marcille was the principal engineer at GE Nuclear Energy for the Global Nuclear Fuel operation and was responsible for all Monte Carlo and deterministic transport methods, as well as all cross-section methodology and development tools/procedures.

  • 1987-1993 GE Aerospace; Core Nuclear Design, SP100 Program; San Jose, California
  • 1993-1994 Martin Marietta; Reactor Physics, Craft Cassini Program; San Jose, California
  • 1994-2004 GE Nuclear Fuel; Principal Engineer, Nuclear Methods; Wilmington, North Carolina
  • 2003-2004 Lockheed Martin; Consulting Engineer, JIMO; Sunnyvale, California

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