Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences > Virtual Visit
NERS is home to eighteen laboratories, and several of our major facilities are on par with those you might find at a national lab. Take a tour of a few of our labs below or see our complete Labs and Facilities list.
A diverse and multidisciplinary team with backgrounds in nuclear engineering, materials science, and mechanical engineering whose research focuses on three broad areas advanced manufacturing and alloy development, radiation effects and characterization, and emerging technologies.Learn More »
Our research is focused on computational and experimental thermal-hydraulics and fluid-dynamics. In particular, we develop and apply high-resolution measurement techniques and we develop multi-physics, multi-scale computational frameworks to tackle complex thermofluids problems in engineering.Learn More »
The Radiation Materials Science Group is dedicated to understanding effect of irradiation on materials, with emphasis on, material issues related to the nuclear power industry.Learn More »
NERS is settled on North Campus, in the heart of nature and surrounded by the rest of the College of Engineering, the College of Architecture & Urban Planning, and the schools of Art & Design and Music, Theatre & Dance. With more than 30 public art installations and 1500 students living on North Campus during their first year, creativity and energy are everywhere you look.
Explore the most recent issues of the magazine produced by the College of Engineering.Read »
Not only do we view 2020 as a test of our resilience, but an opportunity to make society better, faster. As the world grapples with uncertainty and great challenges, Michigan Engineering has shown resilience, nimbleness, and a commitment to our mission to serve the common good.Read More »
You may still live or have classes on central campus, especially if you take non-engineering courses. Here’s a brief intro into the bustling, lively heart of U-M, featuring popular student hangouts and the famous tree-filled Diag.
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