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Title: Campus Capability Plan

Abstract

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Campus Capability Plan for 2018-2028. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is one of three national laboratories that are part of the National Nuclear Security Administration. LLNL provides critical expertise to strengthen U.S. security through development and application of world-class science and technology that: Ensures the safety, reliability, and performance of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile; Promotes international nuclear safety and nonproliferation; Reduces global danger from weapons of mass destruction; Supports U.S. leadership in science and technology. Essential to the execution and continued advancement of these mission areas are responsive infrastructure capabilities. This report showcases each LLNL capability area and describes the mission, science, and technology efforts enabled by LLNL infrastructure, as well as future infrastructure plans.

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  1. Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)
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Research Org.:
Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
OSTI Identifier:
1374521
Report Number(s):
LLNL-TR-733501
DOE Contract Number:
AC52-07NA27344
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; 42 ENGINEERING; 59 BASIC BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; 22 GENERAL STUDIES OF NUCLEAR REACTORS; 97 MATHEMATICS, COMPUTING, AND INFORMATION SCIENCE; 38 RADIATION CHEMISTRY, RADIOCHEMISTRY, AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY

Citation Formats

Adams, C., Arsenlis, T., Bailey, A., Bergman, M., Brase, J., Brenner, J., Camara, L., Carlton, H., Cheng, J., Chrzanowski, P., Colson, J., East, D., Farrell, J., Ferranti, L., Gursahani, A., Hansen, R., Helms, L. L., Hernandez, M., Jeffries, J., Larson, D., Lu, K., McNabb, D., Mercer, M., Skeate, M., Sueksdorf, M., Zucca, B., Le, D., Ancria, R., Scott, J., Leininger, L., Gagliardi, F., Gash, A., Bronson, M., Chung, B., Hobson, B., Meeker, J., Sanchez, J., Zagar, M., Quivey, B., Sommer, S., and Atherton, J. Campus Capability Plan. United States: N. p., 2017. Web. doi:10.2172/1374521.
Adams, C., Arsenlis, T., Bailey, A., Bergman, M., Brase, J., Brenner, J., Camara, L., Carlton, H., Cheng, J., Chrzanowski, P., Colson, J., East, D., Farrell, J., Ferranti, L., Gursahani, A., Hansen, R., Helms, L. L., Hernandez, M., Jeffries, J., Larson, D., Lu, K., McNabb, D., Mercer, M., Skeate, M., Sueksdorf, M., Zucca, B., Le, D., Ancria, R., Scott, J., Leininger, L., Gagliardi, F., Gash, A., Bronson, M., Chung, B., Hobson, B., Meeker, J., Sanchez, J., Zagar, M., Quivey, B., Sommer, S., & Atherton, J. Campus Capability Plan. United States. doi:10.2172/1374521.
Adams, C., Arsenlis, T., Bailey, A., Bergman, M., Brase, J., Brenner, J., Camara, L., Carlton, H., Cheng, J., Chrzanowski, P., Colson, J., East, D., Farrell, J., Ferranti, L., Gursahani, A., Hansen, R., Helms, L. L., Hernandez, M., Jeffries, J., Larson, D., Lu, K., McNabb, D., Mercer, M., Skeate, M., Sueksdorf, M., Zucca, B., Le, D., Ancria, R., Scott, J., Leininger, L., Gagliardi, F., Gash, A., Bronson, M., Chung, B., Hobson, B., Meeker, J., Sanchez, J., Zagar, M., Quivey, B., Sommer, S., and Atherton, J. Tue . "Campus Capability Plan". United States. doi:10.2172/1374521. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1374521.
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title = {Campus Capability Plan},
author = {Adams, C. and Arsenlis, T. and Bailey, A. and Bergman, M. and Brase, J. and Brenner, J. and Camara, L. and Carlton, H. and Cheng, J. and Chrzanowski, P. and Colson, J. and East, D. and Farrell, J. and Ferranti, L. and Gursahani, A. and Hansen, R. and Helms, L. L. and Hernandez, M. and Jeffries, J. and Larson, D. and Lu, K. and McNabb, D. and Mercer, M. and Skeate, M. and Sueksdorf, M. and Zucca, B. and Le, D. and Ancria, R. and Scott, J. and Leininger, L. and Gagliardi, F. and Gash, A. and Bronson, M. and Chung, B. and Hobson, B. and Meeker, J. and Sanchez, J. and Zagar, M. and Quivey, B. and Sommer, S. and Atherton, J.},
abstractNote = {Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Campus Capability Plan for 2018-2028. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is one of three national laboratories that are part of the National Nuclear Security Administration. LLNL provides critical expertise to strengthen U.S. security through development and application of world-class science and technology that: Ensures the safety, reliability, and performance of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile; Promotes international nuclear safety and nonproliferation; Reduces global danger from weapons of mass destruction; Supports U.S. leadership in science and technology. Essential to the execution and continued advancement of these mission areas are responsive infrastructure capabilities. This report showcases each LLNL capability area and describes the mission, science, and technology efforts enabled by LLNL infrastructure, as well as future infrastructure plans.},
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