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.
Wes Hines, Maik Lang, Jamie Coble, David Donovan, and Michelle McBee received faculty and staff awards from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.
The department’s nuclear safety minor was designed to cut down the length of training time necessary for graduates to hit the ground running on day one of a new job.
Wes Hines, Postelle Professor and Head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering at UT, opened the CONTE conference with a welcoming speech.
Department Head Wes Hines recently spoke on a webinar hosted by ClearPath and Clear Air Task Force (CATF), which featured […]
The fall 2020 edition of Radwaste Solutions included a spotlight on UT’s Nuclear Decommissioning and Environmental Management (NDEM) minor. The […]
Department Head Wes Hines is the 2020 recipient of the Robert L. Long Training Excellence Award given by the American […]
The University of Tennessee is a key member of a recently announced General Electric Research-led team working on an Advanced […]
A new partnership between the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will help prioritize the development […]
UT hosted the Advanced Reactors Summit VII, a nuclear industry conference to share and learn about the latest developments in advanced reactors.
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