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Mark Anderson is the Consolidated Paper Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and Director of the University of Wisconsin's Thermal Hydraulic Laboratory. Dr. Anderson studies physics, thermal-hydraulics, and, material corrosion issues related to several different fluids (salts, liquid metals, SCW, sCO2) related to energy production and storage. He is currently the U.S. representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the coordinated research project on supercritical fluids and has active research on sCOBrayton cycle for nuclear, solar, and fossil advanced power generation. He has been awarded five patents and has published over 150 journal papers in various areas related to energy production and utilization, fundamental physics, and materials.