Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

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Amanda Lietz, Graduate Student Research Assistant in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Science, discusses her research in plasma-induced flow instabilities in atmospheric pressure plasma jets for the Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Outstanding Ph.D. Research at the 2018 Engineering Graduate Symposium in the Duderstadt Gallery on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI. on Friday October 26, 2018. With over 400 participants, alumni, and visiting students from around the world, the 13th annual Engineering Graduate Symposium brings research, networking and recruitment to North Campus. Photo by Robert Coelius/Michigan Engineering, Communications and Marketing

Amanda Lietz, Graduate Student Research Assistant in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Science, discusses her research in plasma-induced flow instabilities in atmospheric pressure plasma jets for the Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Outstanding Ph.D. Research at the 2018 Engineering Graduate Symposium in the Duderstadt Gallery on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI. on Friday October 26, 2018.
With over 400 participants, alumni, and visiting students from around the world, the 13th annual Engineering Graduate Symposium brings research, networking and recruitment to North Campus.
Photo by Robert Coelius/Michigan Engineering, Communications and Marketing