Idaho Accelerator Center (IAC) The Idaho Accelerator Center (IAC) is a unique research facility operated by Idaho State University located in southeast Idaho. The Center has three laboratories: on the university campus, in the University’s Business and Research Park and at the Pocatello Airport. It provides opportunities for scientists and engineers from the University, the private sector and the national laboratories to utilize specialized nuclear facilities. It serves as a principal investigating conduit for R&D in nuclear physics applications in materials science, biology, homeland and national security. If you would like to schedule a tour of the facilities, or are coming for an accelerator appointment, please see our Visitors Requirements. Contact: Jon L. Stoner Director of Technical Operation Office for Research and Economic Development Idaho Accelerator Center 1500 Alvin Ricken Drive Pocatello, ID 83201 Phone: (208) 282-5877 Mobile: (208) 760-0692 Fax: (208) 282-5878 Email: email@example.com Jon Stoner is the Director of Technical Operations for ISU’s Idaho Accelerator Center and one of the researchers on accelerator produced isotopes. Jon has worked in many technical and business roles in high technology for more than 34 years including Sr. VP and Chief Technology Officer of AMI Semiconductor where he was responsible for world-wide R&D and Intellectual Property, General Manager of the Image Sensor Business Unit and Founder and Managing Partner of C&J Tech Consulting – a company supplying technical evaluation support to Private Equity investors and other clients.