b'O V E R V I E W O F T H E L A B O R A T O R Y P L A N 2 0 1 9F R O N T COV E R C A P T I O N SFor the 12th year, Idaho National Laboratory (INL) hosted My Amazing Future, where nearly 150 eighth-grade young women explored potential careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Through K-12 STEM, community partnerships, and staff volunteerism, INL is building its future with innovative regional opportunities for underrepresented, first generation, rural and remote students and educators.Dr. Katya Le Blanc researches the interaction between humans and automation, interface design for tools used in the electric grid and nuclear industry, design and evaluation of control room technologies, and human factors issues in cybersecurity. Through this research and partnerships with industry, INL enables the deployment of safe and secure digital instrumentation and control in the nuclear fleet and other critical cyber-physical systems.Dr. Daniel Wachs, INLs National Technical Lead for Fuel Safety Research, is a leading authority in transient fuel testing. Achieving INLs mission requires the safe and secure operation of distinctive facilities and capabilities, such as the Transient Reactor Test Facility (TREAT). The TREAT Integrated Program Team received the Department of Energy Secretarys Honor Award in 2018 for resuming TREAT operations nearly $20million below original estimates and 12 months ahead of schedule.2'