JSA

Current News

May 7, 2015: JSA Announces 2015 Outstanding Nuclear Physicist Recipients

January 5, 2015: JSA Accepting Applications for 2015-2016 Graduate Fellowships at Jefferson Lab

January 5, 2015: JSA Accepting Applications for 2015-2016 Sabbatical Research Leave Support at Jefferson Lab

December 16, 2014: William and Mary Physics Undergrad Receives Major Research Assistantship

November 18, 2014: JSA Accepting Nominations for 2015 Outstanding Nuclear Physicist Award

October 28, 2014: JSA Awards Over $400K for FY15 Initiatives Fund Program

July 3, 2014: Jefferson Lab Project Team Receives DOE Award

July 3, 2014: Prestige Maintenance, Inc. Earns JLab Small Business Award

June 9, 2014: JSA Issues Call for Proposals for FY2015 Initiatives Fund Program

June 6, 2014: Duke University Research Associate Awarded 2014 Prize to Support Research Work with JLab

June 6, 2014: Young Physicist from Syracuse University Receives JLab's 2014 Thesis Prize

Jefferson Science Associates, LLC

JSA, LLC, is the managing and operating contractor of the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. This nuclear physics user facility enables the international user community to conduct outstanding scientific research. JSA is a partnership between the Southeastern Universities Research Association, Inc., (SURA) and PAE Applied Technologies.

JSA is committed to achieving Department of Energy science goals through a disciplined approach to laboratory operations and business management that will transform the delivery of discovery-level science for the nuclear physics user community. JSA works with the DOE Office of Science and the Office of Nuclear Physics to complete the 12 GeV Upgrade. JSA also works with the Department of Defense, the Free Electron Laser stakeholders and its users to continue to enhance the FEL program.

JSA's management approach adapts industry best practices in project management to a laboratory research environment to deliver efficiencies that will result in additional resources for science. Using proven Lab processes for prioritizing research in concert with the international scientific nuclear physics user community and supplemented by performance-based project management systems and procedures, JSA will effectively and safely deliver discovery potential science in a budget-constrained environment.

JSA manages and operates the Jefferson Lab for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Last updated May 7, 2015.