Baalrud will research the dynamic structure of magnetized high-energy-density plasmas.
The award will allow Taller to use the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory to perform in-situ dual ion beam irradiation.
Matthew will look at novel techniques to develop high sink strength nickel-based alloys for nuclear power and propulsion.
Natalie Kot and Julian Kinney will intern at DIII-D and LANL.
The paper is based on a tutorial presentation at the Mini-Course on Charged Particle Beams and High-Powered Pulsed Sources.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $61 million to support 99 projects spread across 30 states and a U.S. territory. The U-M Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS) has received $1,150,000 to fund two projects to advance nuclear technology. The awards are through two DOE programs: the Nuclear Energy University Program […]
The NERS alum and faculty member will be remembered for his unconventional spirit, devotion to his students, and posing the question “What does it all mean?”
The facility is dedicated to the micron and nanoscale imaging and analysis of materials.
The funding was provided by the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education.
Manera will use the grant to advance the understanding of heat pipe behavior close to their thermal limits and more.
Pengyuan will use the data obtained from the project to contribute to his thesis work.
The program seeks to enhance the future of the U.S. nuclear workforce.
NERS PhD Student Zimu Yang writes Featured Article in the Journal of Applied Physics.
The NERS PhD student has embarked on a project to create high-density field reversed configurations.
The paper investigates the heat transfer performance of the sodium heat pipes which will be adopted in the future Special Purpose Reactors (SPR).
The current Director, Prof. Ronald Gilgenbach has decided to step down effective May 1.