Professor of Practice
Richard "Chip" Lagdon Jr. has over 37 years of progressive nuclear experience managing projects, developing technical policy, interfacing with stakeholders and developing long range plans. He is an accomplished nuclear professional, practiced in engineering, plant startups, and conduct of operations while supporting operational goals.
EducationMaster of Engineering Administration (MEA), George Washington University, 1987 Bachelor of Science, Marine Engineering, Nuclear Engineering (Minor), Merchant Marine Academy, 1982 Senior Executive Fellows, Harvard University, 2002
A Rood, J Till, C Garzon, and R Lagdon. "Comparison of the MACCS2 Atmospheric Transport Model with Lagrangian Puff Models as Applied to Deterministic and Probabilistic Safety Analysis," Health Physics, 2014.
D Sparkman, R. Lagdon. "Software Quality Assurance for Nuclear Safety Systems," UCRL-CONF-204216, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, May 2004.