The award will allow Taller to use the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory to perform in-situ dual ion beam irradiation.
NERS PhD Alum Stephen Taller receives DOE Rapid Turnaround Experiment award
Q&A with Kristine Svinicki
Suzanne Baker recently chatted with Svinicki about her new adjunct professor role at NERS.
Kristine Svinicki joins NERS as adjunct professor
The NERS alumna served as Chairman and Commissioner of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for over a decade.
NERS Alum Dr. Valentin T. Jordanov named IEEE Fellow for contributions to radiation measurements
Jordanov has made fundamental contributions to real-time digital and analog pulse processing in radiation measurements.
NERS Alum Kristine Svinicki is stepping down as Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Svinicki’s role at the top of the NRC spanned three U.S. presidencies.
In Memoriam: Geza L. Gyorey
The former associate professor of nuclear engineering passed away on May 28, 2020.
Stephen Taller receives Weinberg Fellowship at ORNL
He will use the fellowship to continue his research into radiation effects in commercial nuclear materials.
Robert W. Albrecht (1935–2020): In Memoriam
The NERS graduate became a professor of nuclear and electrical engineering at the University of Washington.
Professor Mehlhorn named Fellow of the American Nuclear Society
Professor Mehlhorn was recognized for his research in plasma physics.
Looking Back on Graduation in 1970
James Stubbins remembers his time at NERS and the University of Michigan.
John M. Carpenter (1935–2020): In Memoriam
The NERS graduate and faculty member became one of the leading experimentalists in thermal neutron scattering.
NERS Graduates win major awards
Janelle Wharry and Matt Gomez receive early career awards.
The NERS department is saddened to report the passing of three members of our community this year.
Alumni books: Alumnus Mel Bost authors book on project and process management
The NERS department congratulates C. Melvin Bost, Jr., on the publication of his new book.
Postdoctoral researcher Shanbin Shi joins RPI faculty
At RPI, Shi plans to develop research programs for innovative nuclear system design, key component design optimization, instrumentation development and system modeling to explore a diverse range of options for Gen-IV nuclear reactors.
G. Hoyt Whipple and Marta Mrazovic-Whipple Scholarship Fund established in memory of Professor Emeritus Hoyt Whipple
The fund will be used to support undergraduate students in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS).