Published just days before the ink was dry on the Treaty with Iran, Mehdi Sarram’s book has captured the essence of this world debate as he shares his knowledge and experience in the atomic energy industry.
Mehdi holds a postgraduate degree from U-M. He is a professional engineer with 47 years of nuclear experience and has traveled to 38 countries, most of them with nuclear programs.
He was a U.S. Atomic Energy Commission senior reactor operator in 1965. In addition, he was a professor at the University of Tehran from 1968-74 and one of the eight directors of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran from 1974-79. In 1977 he organized the first International Conference on Transfer of Nuclear Technology in Persepolis, Iran, attended by 500 senior government and industry representatives from 42 countries. He went to Vienna in 1981 and worked for the International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Safeguards.
Medhi immigrated to the U.S. in 1982 and worked at Raytheon Nuclear until 1998. Currently he is an independent consultant.