2020 NuclearIQ User Conference

Join us in New Orleans in February

Make plans now to attend the 2020 NuclearIQ User Group Conference & Admin Training! Focusing exclusively on energy-related content, it is the definitive conference for our industry – to talk best practices, view emerging technologies, and network with your peers at the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel in New Orleans.

With almost all of the US nuclear fleet now using NuclearIQ, we expect 60+ nuclear power plants to be represented! GCR is a top industry facilitator of peer-to-peer collaboration and discussion of common challenges and solutions – productivity and quality gains are our goals. We hope you will join us!

Where: The conference will be held at the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel in New Orleans.

When: February 10-11,2020 with optional Administrator Classes February 10-14.

The special GCR NuclearIQ conference rate is $179 per night (“Deluxe”room, single/double occupancy) per night plus taxes. (A limited number of “Premiere” rooms will also be available at $199.) The cutoff date for these special rates is January 21, 2020.

For reservations:
Call the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel reservations line at 1-800-578-0500, please refer to the “GCR Inc. 2020 NuclearIQ Conference”.

Click here to visit the Omni Royal Orleans website and make reservations online, be sure to use the group code “020920GCR”.


Bill Gilboy

Bill Gilboy

Lead Instructor

Mr. Gilboy has over twenty years’ experience in the nuclear power industry, having served at Florida Power and Light’s Turkey Point plants and at Entergy Corporation’s Waterford 3 Station. During his twelve years with Entergy, Mr. Gilboy acted in the roles of chemistry technician, chemistry training instructor, and senior chemistry technical specialist responsible for overseeing the on-line process instrumentation program.

Jim Schultz

Jim Schultz


Jim has 27 years experience in chemistry in the Nuclear Power Industry. He joined the Navy in 1985 and served aboard the USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735) as an Engineering Laboratory Tech. In 1991, he was hired as a Chemistry Technician at the James A Fitzpatrick NPP in Oswego, NY. While at JAF Jim progressed from Chemistry Shift Tech to Chemistry / Environmental Supervisor and finally Senior Technical Trainer, using GCR’s NuclearIQ software. He became proficient at using, configuring and then ultimately training new tech’s and administrators on the software.