Informal tours for public and private organizations, such as educational institutions and engineering and scientific societies, can be arranged through the CRF Operations Department
. Sandia’s California Site does not maintain a Visitor Center and has no formal tour program for individual visitors.
Contact the principal investigator or manager
in the area in which you are interested.
See the Employment
page on this site for a list of openings.
Undergraduate and graduate students can work at Sandia as student interns. Check the Sandia job postings
as well as the student programs
website for more information.
Yes. Certain restrictions apply to all visitors, of course, and are explained upon arrival.
In some cases, the research programs can provide cost-of-living allowances based upon the visitor’s needs and expected contribution to the science of the CRF.
At present the CRF does not open up the labs for proprietary research by outside organizations. However, cooperative research & development agreements (CRADAs) have been used for collaborative research involving proprietary research. Contact the appropriate principal investigator or manager
Yes, the CRF can conduct for a non-federal sponsor through work for others (WFO) agreements.
No. However the CRF has an extensive program for the study of combustion in both spark fired and diesel reciprocating engines
No. The CRF is an open, unclassified area at the Sandia California site.