2022 Hybrid MTV Workshop a Success!

An aerial view of a large goup of people wearing suits, nametags, and masks

The Consortium for Monitoring, Technology, and Verification (MTV) held a successful hybrid annual workshop on March 22–23, 2022 in Ann Arbor, MI. Activities included presentations consisting of 26 oral talks and 39 posters. The workshop was hosted in-person at the Michigan League on the University of Michigan’s campus and via Zoom; this hybrid format allowed for 157 attendees from 18 universities, 10 national laboratories, and the government.

Three panels were held during the two-day event: Consortium Alumni, Consortium Fellows, and National Lab Partnerships. During these panels, a total of 15 panelists from academia and the national laboratories shared their experiences within the MTV consortium and fielded questions from the audience, both virtual and in-person. 

  • Consortium Alumni Panelist: Cameron Miller, Department of Homeland Security;  Jason Nattress, Oak Ridge National Lab; Valerie Nwadeyi, Savannah River National Lab; Ciara Sivels, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab; Felicia Sutanto, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
  • Consortium Fellows Panelist: Lauren Finney, University of Michigan; Isabel Hernandez, University of Michigan; Tyler Johnson, Duke University; Kris Ogren, Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Michigan; Kelly Truax, University of Hawaiʻi
  • National Lab Partnership Panelist: Milton Garces, University of Hawaiʻi; Adam Hecht, University of New Mexico; Jesson Hutchinson, Los Alamos National Lab; Meghan McGarry, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; Scott Thompson, Idaho National Lab

Four students won student awards during the workshop:

Best Oral Talks:

Best Poster Presentations:

Full meeting details, including an interactive agenda and links to presenter materials, can be found on the event link at: https://mtv.engin.umich.edu/events/2022-mtv-workshop/