ICL Associate Director Deborah Penchoff was profiled by the SC23 website where she served as Plenary Production Chair for the conference.
An international collaboration including Eric Lukosi have quantified a rare isotope decay path with major implications for the age of the Earth and the search for dark matter.
The new Center for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing will spark discoveries that lead to new industries in clean energy, computing, and national security.
NE department head Wes Hines co-chairs the Education/Workforce Work Group, part of the new Tennessee Nuclear Energy Advisory Council.
Postelle Professor, Chancellor’s Professor, and Department of Nuclear Engineering Department Head Wes Hines is set to retire at the end of next year.
Associate Professor Khalid Hattar, director of the Tennessee Ion Beam Laboratory, coordinated work with international teams to install a first-ever advanced lens for an electron microscope at Sandia National Laboratories.
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.
With backing from the US Department of Energy, five NE faculty will be pursuing innovative projects to improve nuclear power plant design and operation.
Anagha Iyengar, a former student of Jason Hayward, has received a 2023 Early Career Award from the INMM for her work in nuclear security and nonproliferation.