Tag Archives: Maik Lang
Irradiated Nuclear Ceramics Are a Research Boost to Industry
Associate Professor Maik Lang and colleagues researched the radiation response of two dysprosium titanate oxides across different length scales.
2021 Faculty and Staff Awards Announced
Wes Hines, Maik Lang, Jamie Coble, David Donovan, and Michelle McBee received faculty and staff awards from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.
Drey Wins Prestigious GATE Fellowship
UT nuclear engineering doctoral student Devon Drey received a 2021 GATE fellowship while working in Associate Professor Maik Lang’s research group.
UT, ORNL Researchers Make Breakthrough in Understanding Atomic-Scale Nature of Disordered Materials
Three nuclear engineering researchers—Associate Professor Maik Lang; Postdoctoral Researcher Eric O’Quinn; and Graduate Research Assistant Devon Drey—along with Materials Science […]
Lang Publishes Research Overview in Nuclear Physics News
Associate Professor and Pietro F. Pasqua Fellow Maik Lang is part of a team who has published an overview article of research on neutron total scattering.
Gussev Wins Best Poster Award
Doctoral student Igor Gussev, who is studying in Associate Professor Maik Lang’s research group, recently won a Best Poster Award […]
A Scattered Approach
Associate Professor Maik Lang is using neutrons to help gain a better understanding of materials, specifically pyrochlores.
Faculty Receive Nearly $2.4 Million in Research Grants
Three nuclear engineering faculty members recently received funding from the US DoE’s Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP), which seeks to […]
Department Hosts Alcoa High School Students
Maik Lang and the Department of Nuclear Engineering hosted around 30 students from Alcoa High School and introduced them to nuclear engineering.
Student Research Leads to New Understanding of Compounds
With the help of Maik Lang and other TCE faculty, two students authored a paper looking into why certain metals can exhibit insulated properties at times.