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ETEC Board of Directors

The meeting will contain in-person updates from Kairos Power and the Knoxville Area Urban League. The 1992 and 2022 ETEC work plan overviews will also be presented.

March 25, 2022

7:30-8:30 a.m. (EDT)

UT Outreach Center in Oak Ridge & on Zoom

Hybrid Friday Meeting Details:

Virtual Attendees (Please Register):

To participate in the meeting via Zoom, register for this and future upcoming Friday meetings with the link below:
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In-Person (Registration not Needed):

Meetings are held in the UT Outreach Center in Oak Ridge. Attendees are no longer required to wear masks but may do so at their discretion.

Meeting Sponsor

Thank you to UCOR - United Cleanup Oak Ridge, LLC for sponsoring the Friday morning meetings in March.
UCOR - United Cleanup Oak Ridge 2022

Meeting Sponsorships

June, August, September, October, and November/December are still available.

Consider sponsoring a month of ETEC meetings. The cost is $750 per month and the benefits are below. To easily purchase this great promotional opportunity for your organization, click here.

  • Verbal recognition of sponsorship by the ETEC Chairperson at weekly meetings
  • Advertisement with logo on meeting slides at weekly meetings
  • Opportunity to speak for 3 minutes during one weekly meeting during the month
  • Logo ad with a link to your website in ~4 weekly newsletters per month
  • Logo with link to your website on the events page of the ETEC website


Jim's Retirement Reception

ETEC is hosting a retirement reception for Jim Campbell on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Calhoun's on the Lake in Oak Ridge. Please RSVP here.
Invite - Campbell Retirement Reception 3.30.22

Upcoming ETEC Friday Meetings

April 1 - Muddy Boot Celebration - Awards Presentation
April 8 - Dr. Balendra Sutharshan, ALD Isotope Science and Engineering, ORNL
April 15 - No ETEC on Good Friday. Happy Easter!
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Other Events

Mar 23 - NRC/Kairos Power Public Meeting via Webinar (6:30-8:00 pm)
Mar 24 - UT Baker Center: Energy and Environment Forum with Valerie Karplus
Mar 29 - TAEBC: Virtual Annual Member Meeting
Mar 29 - UCOR: Transition Town Hall Meeting
Mar 29-30 - SBA: Women’s Business Summit
Mar 30 - ETEC Retirement Reception for Jim Campbell

Apr 5 - KTech: Data Science Meet-Up on Climate Change
Apr 6 - Knoxville Chamber: Technology in Healthcare Virtual Event
Apr 7-8 - CodeStock 2022 Technology Conference
Apr 11- Spark Cleantech Accelerator Applications Due – Extended Deadline
Apr 20 - Burns & McDonnell Open House & Ribbon-Cutting
Apr 20-21 - Knox Chamber/UT: Workforce Symposium-Growing and Retaining Talent


Y-12 and LLNL Partner to Accelerate Production, Innovation for U.S. Nuclear Deterrent

Y-12 National Security Complex and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have teamed up to rapidly modernize legacy technology and production methods of crucial components for the U.S. nuclear deterrent. A leading example of this collaboration is the recent successful installation and testing of the electron beam cold hearth melter (EBCHM) – a machine that can melt and cast various metals including uranium alloys.

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Y-12 and LLNL Partner to Accelerate Production, Innovation for U.S. Nuclear Deterrent

ORAU Welcomes Six New University Consortium Members, New Board Members

ORAU announced the election of two new board members, a new Council chair and vice-chair, and welcomed six new institutions to its 152-member University Consortium. The announcement was made during the ORAU Annual Meeting of the Council of Sponsoring Institutions earlier this month.

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ORAU Welcomes 6 New University Consortium Members, New Board Members

Xerox Installs 3D Liquid Metal Printer at DOE’s ORNL

Xerox Elem Additive Solutions announced the installation of a Xerox ElemX 3D metal printer at DOE’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at ORNL to advance metal Additive Manufacturing technologies. The ElemX leverages Liquid Metal AM that uses cost-effective aluminum wire and is easily deployed, requiring no special facility modifications for operation.

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Xerox Installs 3D Liquid Metal Printer at DOE’s ORNL

Multi-Story Apartment Buildings, Brewery Proposed for Wilson Street

Two developers have submitted plans featuring apartments, businesses and a park area for an area near Oak Ridge's Wilson Street. The Oak Ridge Land Bank manages the land involved. At the time of this article, no decisions have been made, but Oak Ridge's Cappiello Real Estate and Knoxville's Machinations have submitted proposals.

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Multi-Story Apartment Buildings, Brewery Proposed for Wilson Street


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