The studies are centered around advanced nuclear, fuel, and threats.
The fellowship supports exceptional students in the field of international safeguards.
The title was conferred in appreciation of Pázsit’s internationally reputed activities.
UNLP plays a key role in helping the Department of Energy accomplish its mission of leading the nation’s investment in the development and exploration of advanced nuclear science and technology.
The fellowship is awarded to exceptional students researching innovative nuclear energy solutions to today’s climate challenges and help in production of clean electricity and reduction of carbon emissions.
The U-M students were recognized at the 2022 Spring Young Investigators Virtual Symposium.
The NERS PhD student researches active interrogation applications to detect concealed nuclear material.
The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project, conceived as a war memorial following World War II, remains relevant in the face of climate change and international conflict.
Perreault was Senior Electronics Technician for the Plasma, Pulsed Power, and Microwave Laboratory.
The groups are in support of NEA’s Global Forum on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology, and Policy.
NERS PhD Student Bryan Morgan’s research on non-linear absorption in quartz glass published in Optical Materials Express.
Mackenzie Warwick, Pujan Ajmera, Julian Kinney, and Dion Li were honored for their outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
Bielajew’s research focused on Monte Carlo code development.
Verma and her team are developing a participatory approach to nuclear energy infrastructure design.
Now that it’s understood, researchers are on their way to preventing this type of degradation in nuclear power plants.
Rondeau supports NERS faculty in both pre- and post-award research administration.