Stephen A. Dupree

Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

BA, Rice University, 1964

MS, Texas A&M University, 1965

PhD, Purdue University, 1968

 

Dr. Dupree is an expert in the detection, measurement, and analysis of nuclear radiation, with emphasis on the development and use of radiation transport techniques for application to radiation shielding, effects, criticality, and safety.  He has extensive experience in arms control, treaty verification, nuclear nonproliferation and international safeguards.  He was manager of the group that developed the radiation detection equipment used to support verification of the Intermediate Nuclear Forces and START treaties.  He was a technical consultant to the US delegation to the Joint Compliance and Implementation Commission for the START treaty and helped negotiate the protocol for use of the radiation detection equipment permitted under that treaty.  He has worked with the US Department of Energy in joint projects with scientists at the Russian nuclear institutes in the areas of nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear materials management.  He is the Assistant Technical Editor of the Journal of Nuclear Materials Management.

 

 

Stanley K. Fraley

Senior Scientist

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

BS, North Carolina State University, 1966

MS, North Carolina State University, 1971

PhD, University of Tennessee, 1977

 

Dr. Fraley has been involved in Arms Control  and Nonproliferation issues related primarily to nuclear weapons and nuclear materials at the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), as a Science Attaché with the State Department assigned to the U S Mission to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and as a Senior Scientist at Sandia National Laboratories.  He is currently on assignment to the Verification and Compliance Bureau in the US State Department.  Dr. Fraley served on the US delegation in Geneva that negotiated the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.  He was the US Chair of the US/Soviet working group that negotiated the Inspection Protocol provisions of the INF Treaty.  Dr. Fraley has worked at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and developed Monte Carlo programs for use in solving neutron and gamma-ray radiation transport problems.  He has also been an instructor in various short courses on the theory of Monte Carlo statistical analysis methods and its application to engineering problems.

 

 

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