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NE student Erika Moss helped program a reactor model, published in Annals of Nuclear Energy, that uses thorium and nuclear waste as fuel.

Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala and doctoral student Alex Wheeler published their research on adding spent nuclear fuel to fuel salt in a molten salt reactor.

Doctoral student Nicholas Dunkle recently received the JD Williams Student Paper Award at the Joint Annual Meeting of the INMM/ESARDA.

Associate Professor Nick Brown and Professor Ivan Maldonado were awarded a grant for research aimed at supporting optimization and design of fusion engineering.

A team of faculty and graduate students applied a multi-objective genetic algorithm to the design of the Fast Neutron Source for spectrum matching and flux maximization.

Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala led research of a dynamic model of xenon gas behavior in MSRs, which was published in the Annals of Nuclear Energy.

Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala and Professor Ivan Maldonado partnered with visiting researcher Pavel Suk on a new computer-modeling tool and applied it to a NuScale reactor.

Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala wrote about Molten Salt Reactors for the internationally acclaimed magazine Power Engineering International.

Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala presents an open-source framework for a dynamic model of a generic molten salt reactor design.

Research Assistant Professor Ondrej Chvala studies Molten Salt Reactors (MSR) not just with an eye for the future, but also […]