For the world’s most intense laser, more power to you
Karl Krushelnick, NERS professor, is the director of the Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, which houses HERCULES.
U-M renovated nuclear engineering lab building to reopen
U-M says faculty in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences will focus on advancing nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety and energy.
Renovated nuclear engineering lab building to reopen at U-M
The renovated Nuclear Engineering Laboratory building is reopening on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor.
New long-distance laser beam tech could help inspectors sniff out weapons-grade uranium
Igor Jovanovic, NERS professor, is quoted.
You make me want to nuke: The nuclear option may be the best environmental option too
Gary Was, PhD, Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences at U-M, told Salon, “The price of gas is really low, which is putting tremendous pressure on nuclear plant operators.
How a new imaging technique could make detecting nukes easier
Igor Jovanovic, NERS professor, said that “[w]e can use these particles to actually distinguish among various materials, including special nuclear materials.”
Imaging method may enhance nuclear-material detection
Igor Jovanovic, NERS professor, conducted parts of the research.
Low-energy imaging peers through steel containers to spot nuclear material
Igor Jovanovic, NERS professor, and a team of researchers used an ion accelerator to detect nuclear materials shielded by containers.
US reactor materials testing facility upgraded
Ronald Gilgenbach, NERS professor, discusses a $3 million upgrade to the Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory (MIBL) that will enable tests on radiation damage in materials to be performed much quicker than previously possible.