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Robert Luna

Consultant

Career in management of, and execution of R&D and project work in the areas of safety and risk analysis applied to nuclear weapons, nuclear power and radioactive materials transportation technologies.

experience

Consultant  
Self Employed, October 1999 to Present, Albuquerque, New Mexico United States
(Nuclear Materials Safety and Security)
Consulted for: IAEA on development of transportation security recommendations NWTSB on transportation issues related to YMP operation AEGEISS on transportation issues in YMP EIS IEC Inc. on selection criteria for new DOE weapon production site Jupiter Inc. on evaluation of LANL GE37 facility operations RSI on peer review of hydrogen getters program SAVI Inc. on application of RFI tags in RAM Transportation Sandia National Laboratories on a variety of programs relating to RAM Transport, SF Storage Facility Risk, Limiting quantities of RAM isotopes to limit consequence of deliberate release et al

Member of Technical Staff, Division Supervisor, Manager II  
Sandia National Laboratories, July 1965 to October 1999



education

The University of New Mexico - Robert O. Anderson School of Management  
Master of Mangement, Jan, 1983 to Jan, 1985


Princeton University  
PhD, Mechanical and Aerospace Sciences, Jan, 1960 to Jan, 1965


Rutgers University-New Brunswick  
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Jan, 1956 to Jan, 1960