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Simon receives an award for best informational graphic at the Idaho National Laboratory Intern EXPO.

 

Award winning video of his project and its implications.

 

 

Pierre-Clement Simon spent his summer as an intern at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) where he worked on the Grand Potential Model for three months. He concluded his internship by winning an award for best informational graphic with a video explaining his project and its implications for the future of the world nuclear energy. The INL intern EXPO occurs every year in August. This year, 337 interns were invited to present their research, and a panel of INL experienced employees chose the winners. The competition was fierce, but Pierre-Clement did an outstanding job!