The Wisconsin Section of the American Nuclear Society is holding their Fall Dinner Meeting on November 2nd 2012 at the Bourbon Street Grill in Monona, WI. Prior to the dinner, a tour of the SHINE Medical Technologies and Phonenix Nuclear Labs R&D facilities will be conducted.
Topic: Clean, Affordable Production of Medical Diagnostic and Cancer Treatment Isotopes.
Speaker: Dr. Gregory Piefer, the founder and CEO of SHINE Medical Technologies. Doctor Piefer has also served as the president of Phoenix Nuclear Labs, where he managed the development of high-output particle sources. He holds a PhD in nuclear engineering, and BS degrees in physics and electrical and computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Dinner Choices: Dinner choices include New Orleans Stuffed Chicken, Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Stuffed Pork Chop, and Pasta Primavera.