Associate Professor Nick Brown spoke to Engineering about advancements in an accident-tolerant fuel called TRISO.
NE Associate Professor Nicholas Brown’s research group published findings that contribute to the understanding the impacts of critical heat flux (CHF) events.
Associate Professor Nick Brown and Professor Ivan Maldonado were awarded a grant for research aimed at supporting optimization and design of fusion engineering.
Associate Professor Nicholas Brown published a review of past engineering demonstration reactors, which could be important for future advanced reactors, in Energy.
Nicholas Brown, Giovanni Pastore, Jamie Coble, and Brian Wirth were awarded grants totaling $3.2 million from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program.
Associate Professor Nick Brown is the latest recipient of The Landis Young Member Engineering Achievement Award bestowed by the American Nuclear Society.
Doctoral student Robby Kile conducted research to verify the performance of the TCR designs under both normal operating conditions and accident scenarios.
The Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) of the US Department of Energy funds millions of dollars in research being conducted […]
The American Nuclear Society (ANS) recently elected three UT Nuclear Engineering faculty members to its leadership. ANS recently elected seven […]
Associate Professor Nick Brown conducts research on advanced fuels and spoke to MIT News about 3D-manufacutered fuels.