Ming Receives Prestigious Award from IEEE NPSS

Ming was awarded the 2024 NPSS Glenn F. Knoll Graduate Educational Grant, which is the most prestigious award to students (submitted before he graduated) in radiation measurements given by the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society. This award recognizes outstanding graduate students in the field of nuclear science instrumentation, medical instrumentation, or instrumentation for security applications.

Ming Passed PhD Final Exam

Congratulations to Ming for successfully defending his PhD thesis! Ming’s thesis project focuses on developing advanced methods for the tracking and tagging of TRIstructural ISOtropic (TRISO) fuel pebbles in pebble bed reactors (PBRs), under the guidance of Prof. Di Fulvio. Read more.

2023 Undergraduate Fellowship on Innovation in Nuclear Microreactor Monitoring

The “Ex core Microreactor Monitoring (EM 2 for Autonomous Operation” project that Prof. Di Fulvio leads is funded by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and aims to develop new concepts of integrated microreactor monitoring that enable their unattended and reliable operation over their lifetime.

We seek motivated undergraduate students from University of Illinois-Chicago for a summer internship on this topic.

Apply online by March 1st:

To receive more information about this opportunity, contact
Prof . Angela Di Fulvio