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nuclear engineer

Joseph Jonathan Muth, American Nuclear engineer. Achievements include design of only commercially certifiable emergency operating facility on the Department of Energy Hanford Reservation. M C. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1980-1985. Member American Nuclear Society, American Physical Society (fusion chapter), American Physical Society.

Background

Muth, Joseph Jonathan was born on January 24, 1955 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. Son of Lawrence William and Julia Ann (Klosek) Muth.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physics, Villanova University, 1977. Master of Engineering in Nuclear Engineering, University Washington, 1991.

Career

Teacher, Cardinal O'Mara School, Philadelphia, 1977-1978;research physicist, Picatinney Arsenal Department Army, Dover, New Jersey, 1978-1980;nuclear engineer, Department Navy, Washington, 1980-1985;reactor start-up engineer, General Electric, San Jose, California, 1985-1986;senior research engineer, Westinghouse Corporation, Hanford, Washington, 1986-1988;senior development engineer, Battelle National Laboratory, Hanford, since 1988. License examiner Nuclear Regulating Commission, Washington, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of only commercially certifiable emergency operating facility on the Department of Energy Hanford Reservation.

Membership

Lieutenant United States Navy, 1980-1985. Member American Nuclear Society, American Physical Society (fusion chapter), American Physical Society.

Connections

Married Michele L. Yantz, December 29, 1980.

father:
Lawrence William Muth

mother:
Julia Ann (Klosek) Muth

spouse:
Michele L. Yantz