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2021 Virtual LANSCE User Group Meeting

November 10, 2021

Virtual User Meeting - Thank you for participating.


  • LANSCE User Office
  • (505) 667-6797
  • Email
The LANSCE Facility continues to carryout a critical mission for the Nation and a leading program of fundamental research.

The Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) provides intense sources of neutrons and protons to support Los Alamos National Laboratory’s national security science mission.  LANSCE is a NNSA designated national user facility and our user community is a critical component of LANSCE.  Research performed by users includes basic research that probes the fundamental laws of physics, applied nuclear science, the characterization of material properties, and a neutron irradiation capability that supports an industrial user base.  In addition, LANSCE is a major supplier of medical isotopes and radionuclides for nuclear research. 

This virtual meeting of the LANSCE User Group is an opportunity to discuss current and future capabilities with the broader user community and LANSCE management. We would like to gather input on future capability enhancements that will benefit the user community. 

Please join us at this virtual event to get an update on the status of and plans for the user facilities, to ask questions, and to provide feedback.

Chair, Dr. Mike Furlanetto (LANSCE User Facility Director)


Wednesday, November 10th, 2021

Mountain Time
08:00am – 08:05am Welcome
08:05am – 08:50am LANSCE Status and Plans (pdf) - Mike Furlanetto
08:50am – 09:20am LANSCE Modernization Project (LAMP)  (pdf) - Nathan Moody
09:20am – 09:50am LANSCE Futures (pdf) - Shea Mosby
09:50am – 10:00am User Program Update (pdf) - Nina Roelofs
10:00am – 10:15am Coffee Break
10:15am – 11:00am Panel Q&A