Jacy Conrad
University of Guelph (Canada)

Jacy Conrad is a Ph.D. candidate in Physical Chemistry at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Her thesis work is on high temperature aqueous chemistry with a focus on applications to CANDU primary coolant chemistry and corrosion product transport. Using Raman spectroscopy and a custom-built flow cell, Jacy studies chemical equilibria in light and heavy water at temperatures up to 325 °C. As part of her co-op Ph.D. program, Jacy spent a year at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories in the Reactor Chemistry and Corrosion Branch. Her work term project examined iron reactions under gamma irradiation up to 300 °C. Jacy is very active in scientific and nuclear industry outreach. In addition to many other activities, she is the Student Conference Chair for the 2019 Canadian Nuclear Society/Canadian Nuclear Association Annual Student Conference and is the Chemistry Event Coordinator for the 2019 Science Olympics at the University of Guelph.

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