Graduate student Tucker McClanahan serendipitously stumbled on a new streamlined process for making urban environments in unstructured mesh to aid in understanding particle transport.
The department has had several pieces of American Nuclear Society (ANS) news to share from the summer and fall semesters. […]
Nuclear engineering doctoral students Samara Levine and Tyler Steiner are the 2020 recipients of fellowships from the Graduate Advancement Training […]
Nuclear engineering doctoral student Clarice Phelps recently presented at a virtual spotlight on Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) hosted by […]
Three nuclear engineering doctoral students—Jacob Gorton, Richard Hernandez, and Alex Wheeler, along with materials science engineering doctoral student Daniel Rutstrom—recently […]
Micah Folsom, a recent doctoral graduate in nuclear engineering, has invented a radiation detector design that may one day be […]
The nuclear engineering department extends congratulations to four students from who have earned funding from the American Nuclear Society (ANS) […]
Two UT graduate students, including NE’s Igor Gussev, have received Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) […]
As part of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) ongoing commitment to educating the next generation of nuclear scientists and […]
In its first year of operation, the Nuclear Engineering Graduate Student Assembly (NEGSA) managed to win the Graduate Student Organization […]
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