On March 6, the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering will host its annual Graduate Research Expo. The event features research posters presented by current doctoral and masters 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 graduate students.
Featuring presentations by
William Boyd: “Fast and Furious: Taming the World’s Fastest Computers for Nuclear Reactor Physics Calculations”
Robert Mumgaard: “Keeping a Good Thing Going: Using Atomic Physics to Understand Plasma Current Drive”
Alexandre Cooper: “Sensing Magnetic Fields with Quantum Systems”