CARD is excited to announce Rita Baranwal, CTO of Westinghouse Electric Company as the keynote speaker.
CARD is excited to announce Oded Doron, Senior Director, Reactor Systems for Kairos as our second keynote speaker.
CARD is excited to announce Dr. Jess Gehin, Associate Laboratory Director, Nuclear Science and Technology for Idaho National Laboratory as our plenary speaker.
CARD is excited to announce Kenneth Michael (Mike) Goff, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy as our second plenary speaker.
ASME's Conference for Advanced Reactor Deployment (CARD) connects executive leaders and engineers in the small modular reactor (SMR) and micro reactor nuclear technology industries with utility, regulatory, and financial leaders to discover opportunities in the nuclear supply chain and advance clean energy solutions. The program is designed to not only showcase the latest reactor technology but also encourage meaningful dialogue in a comfortable setting. Attend CARD to:
By attending the conference you will have the opportunity to network with industry professionals from these companies:
Many of the major names in AR's and SMR's will be there
Oklo Inc, X-energy, TerraPower LLC, NuScale Power, Westinghouse Electric Company, Kairos Power, BWX Technologies, Inc., Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation, Framatome and others. Other companies like Bechtel Corporation, EPRI and Dow will be discussing their interests and work in Nuclear Power. National labs will be represented like Idaho National Laboratory and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as well as regulators like U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission – Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire. Not to mention a couple of great workshops on ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) codes and standards.
The program covers:
The time is now to develop newer, smaller, easy-to-site-and-construct nuclear power plants to help us solve our climate dilemma.
Make your plans to join us at CARD 2023, Feb. 22-23, 2023, in College Station, TX.