INMM Thanks the 2016 Exhibitors

We encourage all our meeting attendees to visit the INMM Exhibit Hall, located in Imperial Ballroom B at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.

Click on the name of an exhibitor to read more about them.

Booth #
ANTECH Corporation
ARES Security Corporation
Brookhaven National Laboratory
101, 103, 105
Dirac Solutions Inc.
H3D, Inc. 
Idaho National Laboratory 
INMM Special Presentation Booth
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
211, 212
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
111, 210
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Pantex Plant | Y-12 National Security Complex
Quaesta Instruments LLC
Rapiscan Systems
Russ Tech Language Services, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratories
Savannah River National Laboratory
102, 104
Symetrica Inc.
University of Tennessee Institute for Nuclear Security
World Institute for Nuclear Security

Exhibit Hall Floor Plan


ANTECH Corporation – Booth 201
John Mason
9050 Marshall Court
Westminster, CO 80031
Tel: +1-303-430-8184
Fax: +1-303-430-8215

ANTECH develops, designs, supplies and supports a wide range of nondestructive nuclear measurement technologies with applications in radioactive waste assay and sentencing, radiation detection and nuclear safeguards. ANTECH also provides on-site measurement services for sentencing LLW and TRU waste in drums and boxes and for supporting large-scale decontamination and decommissioning projects.

Aquila – Booth 202Image
Markku Koskelo
8401 Washington Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Tel: +1-505-923-3160
Fax: +1-505-797-1719

Aquila provides technology and business management professionals with expertise in program and project management, IT and physical security, Nuclear/Radiological Threat Reduction Services including Safeguards and Non-Proliferation. Aquila designs, develops, and manufactures an array of equipment specializing in the Safeguards and Non-Proliferation

ARES Security Corporation – Booth 203
Robert H. Scott, III
1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 410
Vienna, VA 22182
Tel: +1-571-351-1260 Ext.1002

ARES Security Corporation provides proven and endorsed quantitative risk assessments and situational awareness solutions allowing you to proactively prepare and prevent for the dynamic threat environment and when incidents do occur detect, assess and respond appropriately. By providing our AVERT, BluTrain and CommandBridge software solutions, ASC protects the world’s most critical assets.
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Arktis Radiation Detectors Ltd. – Booth 302
Rick Muntz
Raeffelstrasse 11, 8045
Zürich, Switzerland
Tel: +41 (0) 44 559 11 11

Arktis Radiation Detectors, Ltd. develops and manufactures next generation systems that detect and identify radioactive and nuclear materials to enhance security and facilitate operations. Using Arktis’ proprietary advanced radiation detection technologies, we create solutions that deliver step change improvements in capabilities for a wide variety of applications used by customers and governments across the world.

Brookhaven National Laboratory – Booth 205Image
Susan E. Pepper
20 Pennsylvania St.
Bldg. 510B
Upton, NY 11973
Tel: +1-631-344-5979

Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Nonproliferation and National Security Department carries out research and development, provides technical support, and builds prototype systems to further U.S. government initiatives and policies in nuclear materials safeguards and security, arms control treaty verification and nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Canberra – Booth 101, 103, 105
Tammy Pattison
800 Research Parkway
Meridian, CT 06450
Tel: +1-203-639-2148

Canberra is the leading supplier of innovative and cost-effective nuclear measurement solutions and services used to maintain safety of personnel, assess the health of nuclear facilities and safeguard the public and the environment.
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Dirac Solutions Inc. – Booth 310
Faranak Nekoogar
5776 Stoneridge Mall Road #255
Pleasanton, CA 94583
Tel: +1-408-421-7537

Dirac Solutions Inc. offers real-time remote monitoring of SNM using secure, long-range, passive (batteryfree) RF Tag-Seal-Sensor (TSS) technology. DSI passive tags are designed for harsh environments and communicate with their readers using a secure (strongly encrypted and dynamically authenticated) wireless channel. The tags are conformable for various surfaces.

H3D, Inc. – Booth 303
Will Kaye
3252 Plymouth Road, Suite 303
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Tel: +1-734-661-6416 ext. 109

H3D offers the world’s highestperformance gamma-ray imaging spectrometers. From storage to measurement in two minutes, we guarantee 1.0% FWHM at 662 keV and omnidirectional isotope-specific images, all in a portable package. Polaris-H is used in nuclear power plants globally, and we have products for defense, security, and medical applications.

Idaho National Laboratory – Booth 305Image
Jeff Sanders
2525 N. Fremont Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83415
Tel: +1-208-526-7458

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is the nation’s lead laboratory for nuclear energy research, development, demonstration and deployment. INL is engaged in the mission of ensuring the nation’s energy security with safe, competitive and sustainable energy systems and unique national and homeland security capabilities.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory – Booth 211, 212Image
Stephen J. Porter
7000 East Ave.
Livermore, CA 94551

Strengthening global security through development and application of worldclass science and technology

Los Alamos National Laboratory – Booth 301Image
Stacey L. Eaton
PO Box 1663, MS J976
Los Alamos, NM 87545
Tel: +1-505-667-0339
Fax: +1-505-667-0305

Information offered on employment opportunities at Los Alamos National Laboratory, including work in International safeguards and nonproliferation.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory – Booth 111, 210Image
Katrina Kidd
1 Bethel Valley Road, MS
6050 USA
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Tel: +1-865-241-9738
Fax: +1-865-574-4340

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Global Security and Nonproliferation Program (GS&N) develop, coordinate, and assist in implementing domestic and international policy aimed at reducing threats - internal and external – to the United States from weapons of mass destruction (WMD). The primary focus is reducing the proliferation of
nuclear materials, nuclear weapons and radiological dispersal devices (RDD). Through its nonproliferation programs, the ORNL & GS&N is a primary contributor to policy efforts to detect, prevent and reverse the proliferation of WMD and RDD. The GS&N supports a range of activities related to national security, spanning research and development activities through technology deployment and technical assessments.

ORTEC – Booth 200Image
John Smallins
801 S. Illinois Ave.
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Tel: +1-865-482-4411
Fax: +1-865-483-0396

ORTEC is a leading producer of precision gamma-ray and alphaparticle detectors, signal processing electronics, software and systems for industry and government requirements. Applications for ORTEC products include research, nuclear power plant and government nuclear facility operations, special nuclear material safeguards, chemical weapons detection.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory – Booth 311Image
Mark Schanfein
902 Battelle Blvd.
Richland, WA 99352
Tel: +1-208-569-6199

For more than 50 years, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has advanced the frontiers of science and engineering in the service of our nation and the world. We make fundamental scientific discoveries that illuminate the mysteries of our planet and the universe. We apply our scientific expertise to tackle some of the most challenging problems in energy, the environment, and national security.

Pantex Plant|Y-12 National Security Complex – Booth 204Image
Morris E. Hassler
301 Bear Creek Road
Oak Ridge, TN
Tel: +1-865-576-8136
Fax: +1-865-574-5169

Both the Pantex Plant | Y-12 National Security Complex are one-of-a-kind manufacturing and fabrication facilities that play an integral role in DOE’s Nuclear Security Enterprise. The core missions at both sites center on Stockpile Stewardship, Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards and Security, and Complimentary Work.

PHDS Co. – Booth 206Image
C. P. Desmond Longford
3011 Amherst Road
Knoxville, TN 37921
Tel: +1-865-603-5640

PHDS Co is an innovative manufacturer of gamma-ray imaging spectrometers. Their newest standoff radiation detector, the GeGI (Germanium Gamma-ray Imager) has the unprecedented ability to Detect, Locate, Identify and Quantify special nuclear material. By allowing remote detection and visualization of sources, the GeGI redefines detection and
assessment of threats. Applications: Safeguards, Decommissioning, Decontamination, Nuclear Security.

Quaesta Instruments LLC – Booth 307Image
Gary Womack
1665 E. 18th St., Suite 207
Tucson, AZ 85719
Tel: +1-520-449-3806

Quaesta manufactures digitally configurable Neutron Pulse Modules. Features include small form factor; integrated MCA for easy and precise detector setup and monitoring; ondevice deep data logging; adjustable high voltage, gain, lower and upper discriminators. USB, Ethernet, RS232. Come see our Neuchrometer product, with integrated List Mode datalogging and streaming.

Rapiscan Systems – Booth 107
Chris Melani
14000 Mead St.
Longmont, CO 80504
Tel: +1-970-535-9949

Since 1993, Rapiscan Systems has installed over 100,000 products in more than 130 countries. From baggage and parcel inspection systems and metal detectors, to explosives and radiation detection systems, container inspection systems and turnkey screening solutions. Rapiscan Systems’ are in use at airports, government and corporate buildings, correctional and prison facilities, postal facilities, military zones, sea ports, major event sites and border crossings around the globe.
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Russ Tech Language Services Inc. – Booth 100
Michael K. Launer
1338 Vickers Road
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Tel: +1-850-562 9811
Fax: +1-850-562 9815

RussTech offers translation, transcription, interpreting, voice over, website internationalization, and software localization services in all major languages. We specialize in nuclear technologies and provide safe, secure communication anywhere
in the world.
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Sandia National Laboratories – Booth 300Image
Nathan Foust
1515 Eubank SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
Tel: +1-505-284-4615
Fax: +1- 505-844-0001

Sandia National Laboratories is a multidisciplinary laboratory and federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) with unique mission responsibilities in the U.S. nuclear weapons (NW) program that creates a foundation from which we leverage capabilities, enabling us to solve complex national security problems.

Savannah River National Laboratory – Booth 102, 104
Bradley Loftin
Building 730-A
Aiken, SC 29808
Tel: +1-803-725-5319
Fax: +1-803-725-1744

The Savannah River National Laboratory is a multi-program applied research and development laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy. SRNL applies state-of-the-art science and engineering to provide practical, high-value, cost-effective solutions for our nation’s environmental cleanup, nuclear security and clean energy challenges.

Symetrica Inc. – Booth 304
Jeff McCray
63 Great Road, Suite 106
Maynard, MA 01754

Symetrica is a global leader in the development of radiation detection and identification products. The range of detectors, from handheld devices to mobile solutions and portal monitors, serve customs and border protection, law enforcement and military, emergency services and first responders.

University of Tennessee Institute for Nuclear Security – Booth 106
Kristin England
1640 Cumberland Ave., Suite 316
Knoxville, TN 37996
Tel: +1-865-974-3806
Fax: +1-865-974-8777

The Institute for Nuclear Security at the University of Tennessee, in collaboration with charter members Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Y-12 National Security Complex and the Oak Ridge Associated Universities, is developing new multidisciplinary efforts for improving nuclear security in the global context.

World Institute for Nuclear Security – Booth 207
Brunelle Battistella
Graben 19
Vienna 1010
Tel: +431230606089
Fax: N/A

Become a Certified Nuclear Security Professional! The World Institute for Nuclear Security exists for nuclear security practitioners to exchange best management practices and promote professional development. For the first time through the WINS Academy, nuclear security practitioners can now become certified. More information at the WINS booth.