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Expert Profiles

INL Experts is a public, searchable database designed to expand collaborations with Idaho National Laboratory researchers and enhance the visibility of their research. This tool can inspire discovery and innovation by connecting researchers within the laboratory, across disciplines, nationally and internationally.

Profiles are updated and maintained by the researchers, and INL is not responsible for accuracy of information presented.

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About INL

For 75 years, INL has played an important role in the nation’s energy evolution. Originally dedicated to safe production of nuclear energy – still the nation’s largest source of carbon-free power – our research portfolio has expanded to include electric vehicles and batteries, high-performance materials, cybersecurity, grid resilience, and integrated energy systems. We work every day to transform the world’s energy future and secure our nation’s critical infrastructure. The lab is one of Idaho’s largest employers and supports science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education at all levels. We welcome a new generation of diverse, brilliant people to tackle our world’s major challenges.

INL has transferred technology to external partners for many years and offers partners access to the labs’ science, people and infrastructure. Collaborations with industry, small businesses, universities and government agencies on emerging technologies support INL’s primary mission for the U.S. Department of Energy and bring new technologies to the marketplace. The breadth of INL’s national impact is immense. Beginning as a pioneering nuclear energy research facility, INL has become the nation’s leader in the field while also demonstrating excellence in the areas of homeland security and clean energy research.

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