- 60 min
- 2 comments
Scott Kemp is a physicist at the Program on Science and Global Security in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He serves as a research scientist for the International Panel on Fissile Materials and is a consultant to the U.S. Government on nuclear-proliferation matters for both the Executive Branch and Congress.
Kemp is an expert on the technology and history of gas-centrifuge uranium enrichment. He has also worked on proliferation pathways, clandestine nuclear activities, environmental sampling, and space security. Kemp developed novel methods for detecting undeclared nuclear-explosive-material production and has designed verification measures for the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty. He has been an advocate of recognizing the limits of technical verification and favors managed access, transparency, and social verification as more robust approaches to confidence building.
Source - http://www.princeton.edu/~rskemp/