Dennis G. Jackson, P.E.
Savannah River National Laboratory
Dennis Jackson is a Fellow Engineer at the Department of Energy’s Savannah River National Laboratory. Mr. Jackson holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He began his career at the Savannah River Site in 1990 and is involved with research & development in support of the DOE’s Environmental Management program. While with SRNL Mr. Jackson has evaluated and developed techniques to improve monitoring, characterization, and remediation of mercury in various environmental compartments at Savannah River and Oak Ridge facilities. Mr. Jackson is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of South Carolina and currently holds several patents in the field of environmental sciences; 2 of these patents are specific to mercury characterization and remediation.
SESSION KEYNOTE PRESENTER - Heavy Metal Bands and Other Ignoble Species: The Rock Stars
Technology Development Activities in Support of the US Department of Energy's Mercury Challenge