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Research Faculty

Full Time Research Faculty

 

Part-Time Research Faculty

  • Ray S. Booth, Research Professor, Ph.D., Florida
    Research interests: liquid metal reactors, research reactors, environmental impacts, neutron wave probagation
  • Mario Fontana, Research Professor, Ph.D., Purdue, P.E.
    Research interests: Power reactor safety (including response to potential terrorist attack, and advanced reactor systems
  • Barry D. Ganapol, Research Professor, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
    Research interests: Deterministic and analytical transport theory.
  • Andrei Gribok, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D., Moscow Institute of Biological Physics
    Research interests: Artificial intelligence techniques, surveillance and diagnosis, inverse and ill-posed problems, regularization theory
  • Martin L. Grossbeck, Research Professor, Ph.D., Illinois
    Research interests: radiation effects in materials, burnable absorbers, research reactors, and ultra-high vacuum technology
  • Richard A. Lillie, Research Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research interests: radiation transport methods development and nuclear system shielding
  • John T. Mihalczo, Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research interests: radiation measurements for nuclear safeguards and nuclear criticality safety, reactor physics
  • Jack Miller, Research Professor, Ph.D., University of California
    Research interests: space radiation protection and radiological engineering
  • Hanna Moussa, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research Interests: radiation safety, Monte Carlo simulation of radiation transport
  • F.R. Mynatt, Research Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research interests: radiation transport, isotope production and nuclear regulations
  • Andrew Stephan, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research interests: radiation detection and homeland security
  • Timothy Valentine, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee
    Research interests: nuclear system safety and energy policy
  • Jean Claude Van-Duysen, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D. Universit√© Lille 1 and PhD Paris-Sud University
    Research interests: radiation effects on materials, stress corrosion cracking, residual stress engineering, and digital image correlation
  • Graham V. Walford, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Surrey, UK
    Research interests: Non-Destructive assay, remote nuclear and hyperspectral sensing, optical analysis, and multi-sensor systems
  • Martin Williamson, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Tennessee, P.E.
    Research interests: nuclear nonproliferation and arms control, fissile material detection and characterization, nuclear criticality safety

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