Esarey is the Director of the Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Michigan Engineering honors NERS alumnus Eric Esarey with Department Merit Award
NERS collaborates with INL and industry partners to advance innovative heat exchanger technology for harsh environments
Professor Stephen Raiman will head the research efforts for NERS in the DOE-funded project.
$1.2 million for laser target research laboratory
The Michigan Target Research and Fabrication Laboratory will design targets and a soft robot for high-intensity laser experiments.
Rebecca Lindsey receives Young Investigator Award
The award is presented by the Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum (CoMSEF) of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
Majdi Radaideh and Stephen Raiman given NRC Distinguished Faculty Development Award
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission award will support new junior faculty members.
NERS celebrates 65 years
From pioneering beginnings to cutting-edge laboratories, groundbreaking research endeavors, and sustainable energy innovations in nuclear engineering and radiological sciences.
PhD student Peter Hotvedt co-authored paper published in Frontiers in Physiology
The paper examines the intricacies of asthma and its impact on lung ventilation.
Y.Y. Lau co-authors IEEE TPS Best Paper
The paper solves the longstanding issue of nonuniform cathode emission that has existed for decades.
IAEA using tech developed by NERS professor and alum
The technology will be used for the verification of un-irradiated nuclear material.
Kevin Field and Stephen Raiman named new directors of NERS materials labs
The founder and original director of the three labs, Gary Was, stepped down on July 1.
$7.5M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M
The Department of Energy will support research into faster reactor licensing, just energy transitions, and more.
NERS presents Decommissioning Workshop with Tohoku University
The workshop is focused on sharing decommissioning experiences between Japan and the United States.
Majdi Radaideh wins DOE Distinguished Early Career Award
RAD’s research seeks to develop new algorithms for optimizing and controlling advanced nuclear reactors.
NERS faculty receive $6.5M in DOE funding awards
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $56 million in funding for 68 nuclear energy projects The U-M Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS) has received $6.5 million in funding to lead five projects to advance nuclear technology. Grand Challenge to Accelerated Deployment of Advanced Reactors – A Predictive Pathway for Rapid […]
NERS Students Geneve Magnan, Julia Marshall, Roxanne Walker, and Isabella Wood win ANS Scholarships
American Nuclear Society scholarship recipients are chosen for their academic, service, and leadership excellence.
Annalisa Manera named ANS Fellow
Manera was recognized for her research demonstrating exceptional and sustained contributions to the thermal hydraulics field.