A team of researchers in the Tickle College of Engineering are aiding current and future nuclear plants.
NE Professor Jason Hayward and Assistant Research Professor Xianfei Wen lead a $2.5M study to develop advanced methods to detect contraband that contains special nuclear materials.
The college is proud to announce Terryl Dodson, Clarice Phelps, and Promise Adebayo-Ige have been awarded GEM Fellowships.
Nicholas Brown, Giovanni Pastore, Jamie Coble, and Brian Wirth were awarded grants totaling $3.2 million from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program.
Professor Ivan Maldonado shares his opinion on the role that nuclear energy can play as a key part of a carbon-free future.
The UT Research Foundation is funding projects from Tickle College of Engineering faculty Floyd Ostrowski, Fan Zhang, Caleb Rucker, and Ryan Ginder.
UT students received a total of 12 NEUP awards, which is double the number of awards received by the next highest awarded university.
Jamie Porter (BS/NE ’08; MS/NE ’09; PhD/NE ’12) was the first African American woman to graduate from the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
UT has joined an 11-member university consortium grant for research and development into nuclear science, engineering, and security.
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Brian Wirth spoke to Forbes about the importance for the government to build a pilot fusion plant in the US.