Pozzi played a crucial role in strengthening the non-proliferation research connection between Sweden and the U.S.
Radiation Measurement and Imaging
Sara Pozzi elected International Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences
Oskar Searfus pioneers neutron signatures to safeguard thorium reactors
The NERS PhD student’s research was published in Physical Review Applied.
$3.4M for advancement of 3D CdZnTe gamma-ray detector technology
Prof. Zhong He will lead the project aimed at advancing gamma-ray detector tech.
Meet the professors with dry appointments at NERS
Mark Kushner, Rebecca K. Lindsey, Martha Matuszak, and Louise Willingale offer substainial expertise in plasma science, chemical physics, radiation oncology, and intense laser-plasma interactions.
PhD student Peter Hotvedt co-authored paper published in Frontiers in Physiology
The paper examines the intricacies of asthma and its impact on lung ventilation.
IAEA using tech developed by NERS professor and alum
The technology will be used for the verification of un-irradiated nuclear material.
NERS faculty receive $6.5M in DOE funding awards
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $56 million in funding for 68 nuclear energy projects The U-M Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS) has received $6.5 million in funding to lead five projects to advance nuclear technology. Grand Challenge to Accelerated Deployment of Advanced Reactors – A Predictive Pathway for Rapid […]
NERS alum Dr. James Baciak and NERS professor Dr. Igor Jovanovic are among the founders of the new Consortium for Nuclear Forensics sponsored by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)
The five-year, $25 million research award is one of the largest federal research grants ever received by the University of Florida.
Imaging of gamma rays and fast neutrons using a dual-particle imaging system
NERS Ph.D. student Ricardo Lopez’s research using the dual-particle imaging system developed at U-M to help in localizing the source of emission of majority of radioactive materials.
Use of ultrashort-pulsed lasers to excite fluorescence of chlorophyll in plants as an optical biosensor for nuclear activity
Recent NERS Ph.D. graduate Lauren Finney’s research on remote detection of a signature for uranium exposure in algae published in Scientific Reports.
U-M students given DOE Innovations in Nuclear Technology R&D Awards
The award program strives to facilitate innovation and the creation of new ideas in nuclear-technology-relevant disciplines.
Lauren Finney supported Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory experiments
Lauren participated in research testing the effects of oxygen on uranium speciation during a summer internship.
Sara Pozzi appointed University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor
Pozzi was one of six university faculty members to be recognized for outstanding contributions to excellence through their commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Tingshiuan Wu given Best Student Poster Presentation Award at MARC XII Conference
The NERS PhD student gave a poster presentation on “Fast neutron directionality from position-sensitive recoil and capture reconstruction using Bayesian updating.”
$5.1M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M
The Department of Energy will support research into better heat exchangers as well as improved predictions for neutron physics and radiation damage.
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.