Ming presented his work on “Boron Coated Straw-based Neutron Multiplicity Counter for Neutron Interrogation of TRISO Fueled Pebbles”, and Matthew presented the work entitled “Characterization of Shielded Special Nuclear Materials through Neutron Spectroscopy”.
Congratulations to Ming for winning the Second Place Student Paper Award!
Ming presents his work on the “Quantitative Imaging and Automated Fuel Pin Identification in Passive Gamma Emission Tomography” at the 2020 IEEE NSS-MIC.
NML alumnus Muzammil Siddiqui, who was a recipient of a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Nuclear Engineering Scholarship funded by the NRC, is doing inspections in the field at a nuclear plant. Keep up the good work, Muzammil, and congratulations on your new job!
ARISE students visited the NML on March 2, 2020. The purpose of the tour is to show the broader context and motivation of our research and provide an opportunity for the ARISE students to ask questions to NML members about our research but also personal motivation.
Muzammil and Ming answering questions from ARISE students
Prof Di Fulvio in the List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students for Fall 2019. This list is based on ICES forms completed by students during the Fall semester of 2019. To be included on the list, instructors needed to be rated among the top 30% across campus in their respective Elective-MixedRequired course group. Congratulations, Prof. Di Fulvio!
Noah has done a great job in the summer research program. He is presenting his poster at the WYSE Summer Research Symposium.
Ming attended the 2019 Exotic Beam Summer School (EBSS) held at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, from June 23 to June 29. The school aims to introduce students and young researchers to the various facets of the science of exotic nuclei including nuclear structure, nuclear astrophysics, fundamental interactions, and the application of nuclear science and technology.
Stuti receives a summer internship from Idaho National Laboratory (INL). She will be working on neutron detection using Bonner spheres in INL over the summer.
Daniel helps organize the World Youth in Science and Engineering camp, where high school students will be working on cloud chamber and photodetector experiment in NPRE from June 23 to June 29.