Nuclear engineering Associate Professor Nick Brown and colleagues collaborated on research that earned two Best Paper awards.
UT’s Innovative Computing Laboratory will be supporting and networking research from 23 organizations as part of a $25 million Consortium for Nuclear Forensics.
The Department of Homeland Security has granted SMRC director Charles Melcher $2.25 million to develop new semiconductors for use in nuclear security programs.
Fusion researcher Ane Lasa has been appointed to a committee that advises the US Department of Energy on programmatic planning for fusion and plasma research.
UT’s Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali co-hosted a conference focused on ITER and fusion-related coding and modelling.
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NE student Erika Moss helped program a reactor model, published in Annals of Nuclear Energy, that uses thorium and nuclear waste as fuel.
Dept. Head Wes Hines, Associate Professor Jamie Coble, and Assistant Professor Vlad Sobes receive support for their research from the US Department of Energy.
Recent publications earned nuclear engineering PhD students Neal Gaffin and Alexandre Solomon Innovations in Nuclear Technology R&D Awards.
Zinkle Faculty Fellow Livia Casali has been selected for a US Department of Energy Early Career Award for her work in advancing fusion technology.