Ian Anderson: A Southern Contingency Plan

Dr. Ian Anderson must relearn what it means to project manage when he takes a job in the U.S. and moves from the South of France to a very different Southern environment. Listen below or stream the official podcast!

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Ian Anderson is Director of the University Partnerships and Graduate Education Programs at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Dr Anderson joined the laboratory in March 2002, to become director of the Experimental Facilities Division at the SNS, leading the construction of the target facility and neutron scattering instruments, and the development of the User program. After the SNS project was completed in 2006, Dr Anderson became Director of the Neutron Scattering Science Division in the Neutron Sciences Directorate, with the responsibility of developing and managing the science programs at both the SNS and the High Flux Isotope Reactor.

Dr. Anderson is the lead series editor for the Neutron Scattering Applications and Techniques book series, as well as editor of Neutron Imaging and Applications.

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