Welcome to Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
NERS Chair Search
The Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences in Michigan Engineering at the University of Michigan invites applications and nominations for the position of Department Chair.
World-Class Nuclear Engineering Labs
In the renovated reactor building, researchers advance nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety and energy.
Graphene ‘Phototransistor’ for Imaging, Communications
New light-detecting device senses light that doesn’t hit the graphene itself.
Research & Graduate Studies
- Fission and Radiation Transport
- Radiation Measurements and Imaging
- Plasmas and Nuclear Fusion
Future Graduate Student?
Our graduate program is consistently ranked #1 by US News; find out more about the Michigan advantage.Simply the Best
Alumni Support NERS
Don R. Kania and Renee L. DuBois Fellowship Fund Receives Additional Gift
The fellowship will support graduate students in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS).Read More
Paul and Karen Fessler Endowed Student Support Fund
This fund will provide need-based support to NERS undergraduate or graduate students.Read More
Buckman Gifts Endow One NERS Fund, Continue Funding to Another
Frederick W. and Marion K. Buckman gift to endow the William Martin Fellowship Fund and add funding to the John C. Lee Fellowship Fund.Read More
Geoff West wins 2017 Outstanding Recent Alumni Award
The Honorable Kristine Svinicki wins University of Michigan College of Engineering Alumni Medal
Dr. Jong Kyung Kim wins 2017 NERS Alumni Merit Award
Doubling the power of the world’s most intense laser
U-M renovated nuclear engineering lab building to reopen
Renovated nuclear engineering lab building to reopen at U-M
New long-distance laser beam tech could help inspectors sniff out weapons-grade uranium
You make me want to nuke: The nuclear option may be the best environmental option too
How a new imaging technique could make detecting nukes easier
Imaging method may enhance nuclear-material detection