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Symposium S.CT03 : Expanding the Frontiers of Actinide Materials Science Through Experiment and Theory

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Symposium Organizers

Rebecca Abergel, University of California, Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Scott Donald, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Jindrich Kolorenc, Czech Academy of Sciences
Paul Tobash, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Los Alamos National Laboratory
S.CT03.01: Correlated Electrons in Actinide Materials
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Bypassing the Computational Bottleneck of Quantum-Embedding Theories for Strong Electron Correlations with Machine Learning

Nicola Lanata3,John Rogers1,Tsung-Han Lee2,Sahar Pakdel3,Vladimir Dobrosavljevic4,Ove Christiansen3

Texas A&M University1,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey2,Aarhus University3,Florida State University4

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S.CT03.02: Actinide Electronic Structure—Theory and Spectroscopy
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Hybridization Effect on the X-Ray Absorption Spectra for Actinide Materials

Jian-Xin Zhu1,Wei-ting Chiu1,2,Roxanne Tutchton1,Giacomo Resta2,Tsung-Han Lee3,E.D. Bauer1,Filip Ronning1,Richard Scalettar2

Los Alamos National Laboratory1,University of California, Davis2,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey3

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S.CT03.03: Actinide Coordination
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Identifying Structural Features That Result in Activation and Coupling of Vibrational Modes in Actinyl Materials

Tori Forbes1

University of Iowa1

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S.CT03.04: Analytical Techniques for Actinide Materials
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Development of Rapid Measurement Techniques to Aid in Pu Development at LANL

John Auxier1

Los Alamos National Laboratory1

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S.CT03.05: Actinide Forensics
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Searching for Clues—Nuclear Forensic Signatures

Naomi Marks1

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory1

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S.CT03.06: Uranium Oxides and Uranium Magnetism
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Local Structure and Magnetism of LaxM1−xPO4 (M=RE, An, 0≤x≤1)

Laura Martel1,Ashraful Islam2,Karin Popa1,Aydar Rakhmatullin3,José J. Baldoví4,Mauro Perfetti5,Michael Deschamps3,Eric Colineau1,Attila Kovács1,Hélène Bolvin2,Jean-Christophe Griveau1

JRC-Karlsruhe1,LCPQ-IRSAMC2,CEMHTI3,University of Valencia4,Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen5

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S.CT03.07: Fuel Cycle Chemistry
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Development of Liquid Fuel for Molten Salt Nuclear Reactors—The Physical Chemistry of Molten Fluoride Salts

Raluca Scarlat1

University of California, Berkeley1

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S.CT03.08: Radiation Damage in Actinide Materials
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Radiation Damage in Actinide Compounds

William Weber1

University of Tennessee1

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S.CT03.06: Uranium Oxides and Uranium Magnetism
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The JRC Surface Science Labstation—A Unique Set-Up to Investigate Actinides in Support of Nuclear Safety and Non-Power Application of Nuclear Materials

Rachel Eloirdi1,Thomas Gouder1,Ghada El Jamal2,Concettina Andrello1,Frank Huber1,Roberto Caciuffo1

JRC Karlsruhe1,KTH Royal Institute of Technology2

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S.CT03.01: Correlated Electrons in Actinide Materials
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Electronic Correlation Induced Expansion of Compensated Electron and Hole Fermi Pockets in δ-Plutonium

Roxanne Tutchton1,Wei-ting Chiu2,Robert Albers1,Gabriel Kotliar3,Jian-Xin Zhu1,4

Los Alamos National Lab1,University of California, Davis2,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey3,Center for Integrated Nano Technologies4

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S.CT03.02: Actinide Electronic Structure—Theory and Spectroscopy
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Electronic Structures of Uranium Compounds Studied by Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Shin-Ichi Fujimori1

Japan Atomic Energy Agency1

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S.CT03.03: Actinide Coordination
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Crystal Structures of CdUO4: Space Group Symmetry and Phase Transformations

Zhaoming Zhang1,Gabriel Murphy1,2,3,Maxim Avdeev1,2,Brendan Kennedy2

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation1,The University of Sydney2,Forschungszentrum3

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S.CT03.04: Analytical Techniques for Actinide Materials
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Multiplatform Microanalysis of Plutonium Oxide Scales for Nuclear Forensics

Brandon Chung1,David Roberts1,William Talbot1,Denise Ashley1,Scott Donald1,Art Nelson1

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory1

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S.CT03.07: Fuel Cycle Chemistry
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Species-Specific Mapping of Uranium Oxides in Spent Nuclear Fuel Focused Ion Beam Sections by Oxygen K-edge Spectromicroscopy

Alexander Ditter1,Danil Smiles1,Jason Harp2,Daniel Lussier1,3,Michael Mara1,3,Lingfeng He2,Claude Delguedre4,Mitchell Meyer2,David Shuh1

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory1,Idaho National Laboratory2,University of California, Berkeley3,University of Lancaster4

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S.CT03.08: Radiation Damage in Actinide Materials
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Kinetic Response of the δ-phase 239Pu-Ga Alloy Lattice to Self-Irradiation and Thermal Cycling

Alice Smith1,Franz Freibert1,Sven Vogel1,Jianzhong Zhang1,Joan Siewenie1,Scott Richmond1,Michael Ramos1

Los Alamos National Laboratory1

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S.CT03.01: Correlated Electrons in Actinide Materials
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Role of Electronic Interactions on Structural Properties of Actinides and Phases of Plutonium

Bernard Amadon1,Jean Baptiste Morée1,Boris Dorado1

CEA DAM DIF1

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S.CT03.06: Uranium Oxides and Uranium Magnetism
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Probing the Limits of 5f Ferromagnetism in UCu2P2

Ladislav Havela1,Jiri Prchal1,Jaroslav Valenta1,Martin Divis1,Fuminori Honda2,Ilja Turek1,Dariusz Kaczorowski3,Dexin Li2,Arvind Maurya2,Dai Aoki2

Charles University1,Tohoku University2,Polish Academy of Sciences3

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S.CT03.02: Actinide Electronic Structure—Theory and Spectroscopy
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Electronic Structure and Magnetism of UGa2: LDA+DMFT Study

Jindrich Kolorenc1,Banhi Chatterjee1

Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences1

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Symposium Organizers

Rebecca Abergel, University of California, Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Scott Donald, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Jindrich Kolorenc, Czech Academy of Sciences
Paul Tobash, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Los Alamos National Laboratory
S.CT03.10: Live Keynote: Expanding the Frontiers of Actinide Materials Science Through Experiment and Theory
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Ladislav Havela
Jindrich Kolorenc
Saturday AM, November 28, 2020
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12:30 PM - S.CT03.10
Introductory Comments


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Bypassing the Computational Bottleneck of Quantum-Embedding Theories for Strong Electron Correlations with Machine Learning

Nicola Lanata3,John Rogers1,Tsung-Han Lee2,Sahar Pakdel3,Vladimir Dobrosavljevic4,Ove Christiansen3

Texas A&M University1,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey2,Aarhus University3,Florida State University4

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12:55 PM - *S.CT03.06.04
The JRC Surface Science Labstation—A Unique Set-Up to Investigate Actinides in Support of Nuclear Safety and Non-Power Application of Nuclear Materials

Rachel Eloirdi1,Thomas Gouder1,Ghada El Jamal2,Concettina Andrello1,Frank Huber1,Roberto Caciuffo1

JRC Karlsruhe1,KTH Royal Institute of Technology2

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S.CT03.11: Live Lightning/Flash: Expanding the Frontiers of Actinide Materials Science Through Experiment and Theory
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Ladislav Havela
Jindrich Kolorenc
Saturday PM, November 28, 2020
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1:15 PM - S.CT03.11
Introductory Comments


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1:20 PM - *S.CT03.02.01
Hybridization Effect on the X-Ray Absorption Spectra for Actinide Materials

Jian-Xin Zhu1,Wei-ting Chiu1,2,Roxanne Tutchton1,Giacomo Resta2,Tsung-Han Lee3,E.D. Bauer1,Filip Ronning1,Richard Scalettar2

Los Alamos National Laboratory1,University of California, Davis2,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey3

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1:30 PM - *S.CT03.01.03
Role of Electronic Interactions on Structural Properties of Actinides and Phases of Plutonium

Bernard Amadon1,Jean Baptiste Morée1,Boris Dorado1

CEA DAM DIF1

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1:40 PM - S.CT03.01.02
Electronic Correlation Induced Expansion of Compensated Electron and Hole Fermi Pockets in δ-Plutonium

Roxanne Tutchton1,Wei-ting Chiu2,Robert Albers1,Gabriel Kotliar3,Jian-Xin Zhu1,4

Los Alamos National Lab1,University of California, Davis2,Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey3,Center for Integrated Nano Technologies4

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1:50 PM - S.CT03.06.05
Probing the Limits of 5f Ferromagnetism in UCu2P2

Ladislav Havela1,Jiri Prchal1,Jaroslav Valenta1,Martin Divis1,Fuminori Honda2,Ilja Turek1,Dariusz Kaczorowski3,Dexin Li2,Arvind Maurya2,Dai Aoki2

Charles University1,Tohoku University2,Polish Academy of Sciences3

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2:00 PM - S.CT03.11
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2:05 PM - *S.CT03.03.01
Identifying Structural Features That Result in Activation and Coupling of Vibrational Modes in Actinyl Materials

Tori Forbes1

University of Iowa1

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2:25 PM - S.CT03.11
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