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Professor Maik Lang has received $500,000 from the DOE to characterize and understand the formation of metastable materials in high-energy ball mills.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Nuclear Materials Steve Zinkle will lead the materials for extreme environments research initiative at CAMM.

Doctoral graduate Su-Ann Chong demonstrated a breakthrough in scientific achievement expected to speed up high-impact neutron science research.

Associate Professor Maik Lang and colleagues researched the radiation response of two dysprosium titanate oxides across different length scales.

UT nuclear engineering doctoral student Devon Drey received a 2021 GATE fellowship while working in Associate Professor Maik Lang’s research group.

Associate Professor Maik Lang is using neutrons to help gain a better understanding of materials, specifically pyrochlores.