Professor Jason Hayward received a grant from the DOE for his research addressing the engineering challenges required to accurately handle high neutron count rates for next generation reflectometers.
Professor and UCOR Fellow Jason Hayward and EECS Gonzalez Family Professor Hairong Qi recently completed a five-year project funded by DHS to develop a portable nuclear or radiation detector.
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.
Micah Folsom, a recent doctoral graduate in nuclear engineering, has invented a radiation detector design that may one day be […]
Academic and administrative colleagues of the Tickle College of Engineering show appreciation for each other every day as a matter […]
Faculty members across the college enjoy well-earned promotions and tenure as we lean into the fall semester. The department is […]
The Department of Nuclear Engineering graduated the most PhD students in a single year in US history in 2018.
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