Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala and Professor Ivan Maldonado partnered with visiting researcher Pavel Suk on a new computer-modeling tool and applied it to a NuScale reactor.
Doctoral student Robby Kile conducted research to verify the performance of the TCR designs under both normal operating conditions and accident scenarios.
The department is part of the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium, an 11-member university consortium grant for research and development into nuclear science, engineering, and security.
UT nuclear engineering researchers helped influence a new federal push toward making a working fusion power plant a reality by the late 2030s.
Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala presents an open-source framework for a dynamic model of a generic molten salt reactor design.
UT nuclear engineering doctoral student Devon Drey received a 2021 GATE fellowship while working in Associate Professor Maik Lang’s research group.
NE students Will Cureton and Devon Drey were recognized for their outstanding scientific excellence for their oral presentations to the Materials Research Society.
Research Assistant Professor Fan Zhang has been awarded a UT Research Foundation (UTRF) Technology Maturation Grant for her research “A […]
Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala studies Molten Salt Reactors (MSR) not just with an eye for the future, but also […]
UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Computational Nuclear Engineering Brian Wirth just received a new grant to fund his […]
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