Environmental Science Division (EVS) a Division of Argonne National Laboratory
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Sunita Kamboj
Environmental Systems Engineer
Nuclear Materials and Waste Disposition Team
Ph.D., Radiological Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994.
Current Role
Environmental Systems Engineer, Radiation and Chemical Risk Management.
Expertise in human and non-human (biota) risk and dose assessment, Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) license termination process, radiation protection standards and regulations, release of real and non-real property for reuse and recycling, and environmental monitoring.
Career Highlights
  • Environmental systems engineer: International Atomic Energy Agency consultant; member of International Commission for Radiation Protection C5 Task Groups; development of internal and external dose coefficients for RESRAD-BIOTA code, cleanup standards for a radiological dispersal device event, NRC training course on decontamination and decommissioning, environmental impact statements, external exposure model, and probabilistic default parameters for RESRAD family of codes.
  • Research assistant: Monte Carlo simulations for in-duct monitoring of gaseous effluent releases from a nuclear reactor; radiological analysis of environmental samples.
  • Scientific officer: Development of an intermediate-energy neutron source and evaluation of neutron scattering from concrete at Bhabha Atomic Research Center, India.