Bertram Wolfe, Princeton University - bio  

Dr. Bertram Wolfe retired from General Electric in 1992 as a Vice President and General Manager of GE's Nuclear Energy Business  after a career of over 35 years with GE. Dr. Wolfe has worked in almost all technical phases of peaceful nuclear power and has had responsibility for a number of successful nuclear reactor projects.  In 1987 he was appointed a Vice President of GE and Manager of its Nuclear Energy Division.  He is presently an independent consultant in the fields of business, energy, and nuclear energy.  Dr. Wolfe was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 1980.  He was elected President of the American Nuclear Society in 1986-7; was the recipient of the Walter Zinn technical accomplishment award in 1990; was honored with the Henry DeWolf Smyth nuclear statesman award in 1992; and was presented with the Tommy Thompson Nuclear Safety Award in 1997. He is a fellow of the American Nuclear Society.  Dr. Wolfe received a BA in physics from Princeton University and a Ph.d. in nuclear physics from Cornell University.