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2012 NSE Doctoral Research Expo

 

The Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering hosted its third annual Doctoral Research Expo on Friday, March 16, 2012. The event featured research posters presented by current doctoral students as well as signature oral presentations given by an outstanding student chosen from each of the three main areas of research within the department. Each year this event provides a unique opportunity for the MIT comminity to learn more about the diverse research being conducted within NSE by faculty and doctoral students.

The 2012 featured presentations were given by:

Clarice Aiello (NST) Diamonds are a nuclear engineer’s best friend:
sensing tiny magnetic fields with a single spin in diamond

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Mario Manuel (Fusion) Using Fusion to Study Fusion
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Koroush Shirvan (Fission) With a name like KBWR...it has to be good:
Engineering of a More Economic Boiling Water Reactor

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2012 Participants

Poster session

Seung Gyou Baek
Harold Barnard
Daniel Brunner
Wei-Shan Chiang
Randy Churchill
Jacob Dewitte
Leslie Dewan
Matthew Everson
Yue Fan
Tingzhou Fe
Eric Forrest
Zachary Hartwig
Nathaniel Howard
Dustin Langewisch
Jungpyo Lee
Mingda Li
Mark Massie
Robert Mumgaard
Roman Ochoukov
Geoffrey Olynyk
Stefano Passerini
Bren Phillips
Rezy Pradipta
Paul Romano
Vivek Sharma
Nareg Sinenian
Eugeny Sosnovsky
Fei Yan
Mostafa Youssef
Joseph Yurko
Liang Zhang

Speakers

Clarice Aiello (NST)
Mario Manuel (Fusion)
Koroush Shirvan (Fission)

 


2011 Doctoral Research Expo

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