The United State Department of Energy announced today that ARFC, in collaboration with the University of South Carolina’s Energy and Resources Group led by Anthony Scopatz (ERGS), would recieve 3 years of NEUP R&D support. The ARFC group will be able to support extensive work on predictive deployment models for the Cyclus fuel cycle simulator and its library of available modules, Cycamore. The abstract for this award, “Demand Driven Cycamore Archetypes” can be found online alongside many other 2016 NEUP awards, including others involving faculty from NPRE.