Pozzi played a crucial role in strengthening the non-proliferation research connection between Sweden and the U.S.
Sara Pozzi elected International Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences
MTV hosts University Program Review
The annual review provides a venue for students and collaborating
scientists to showcase their research and allow programmatic oversight and technical interchange
between student researchers, National Laboratories, and government research managers.
Honoring the past and sizing up nuclear’s future at the Phoenix rededication
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.
Nuclear nonproliferation: $1.9M to improve detection of weapons-grade material
Untangling the signatures of smuggled nuclear materials from the radiation background created by shooting neutrons at suspected cargo is the task of U-M research team.
University alliance receives $51.5M in funding from Defense Threat Reduction Agency
The overall goals of the alliance are rooted in shaping the future of national security.
NERS Professor Sara A. Pozzi named IEEE Fellow
Professor Sara A. Pozzi recognized for contributions to neutron detection techniques and neutron transport Monte Carlo methods.
Titans of Nuclear interviews NERS faculty
Titans of Nuclear, a podcast featuring interviews with experts on nuclear energy, has interviews available with NERS professors James Duderstadt, Zhong He, Sara Pozzi and Alec Thomas.
U-M hosts annual DOE UPR meeting and NNSA Administrator visits NERS labs
The University of Michigan (UM) hosted the annual Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development (DNN R&D) University Program Review (UPR) meeting at the Sheraton Ann Arbor, June 5–7, 2018.
Sara Pozzi featured in nuclear nonproliferation podcast
By Kate McAlpine Oregon State University’s “Engineering Out Loud” podcast tackles nuclear nonproliferation, discussing work funded through the $25 million Consortium for Verification Technology. Sara Pozzi, a professor of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences and leader of that consortium, was interviewed about methods and technologies used to make sure that nuclear material earmarked for energy […]