Glenn A Fugate

Dr. Glenn A. Fugate is currently an R&D Staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in the Process Engineering research (PER) Group of the Nuclear Security and Isotope Technology (NSIT) Division. After obtaining his Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry at The Florida State University, Dr. Fugate held research faculty positions in the Department of Environmental Engineering & Sciences at Clemson University and the Department of Chemistry at Washington State University. He then worked in the Nonproliferation Technology Section of Savannah River National Laboratory for 9 years before joining ORNL. Dr. Fugate is currently adjunct faculty at Clemson University and the University of Missouri.


SRS “Key Contributor Award” recognized for business development, 2014
UK Ministry of Defense “Chief Scientific Adviser Commendation” as a contributing member to the BULLDOG campaign, 2014
Recognition from the NNSA Office of Proliferation Detection as a contributing member to the BULLDOG campaign, 2014
SRNL “SPOT Award” for contributions to Full Toss campaign, 2009
Charles D. Coryell Award, DNCT, ACS, 1995


61/525,018, Liquid Scintillation Based Alpha-Gamma Coincidence Spectrometer, Fugate, King, and Cadieux, Filed January 2011