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2015 NSE Graduate Research Expo

On March 6, the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering hosted its annual Graduate Research Expo. The event featured 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” watch

Robert Mumgaard: “Keeping a Good Thing Going: Using Atomic Physics to Understand Plasma Current Drive” watch

Alexandre Cooper: “Sensing Magnetic Fields with Quantum Systems” watch

2014 Graduate Research Expo

2013 Doctoral Research Expo

2012 Doctoral Research Expo

2011 Doctoral Research Expo

2010 Doctoral Research Expo

Poster presentations by

Angelo Briccetti, SM
Alexandre Cooper, PhD
Derek Gaston, PhD
Alexandre Guion, PhD
Xuejun Huang, PhD
Jennifer Jarvis, PhD
Jake Jurewicz, SM
Peisi Le, PhD
Lulu Li, PhD
Wen Ma, PhD
Ruaridh Macdonald, PhD
Franco Mangiarotti, PhD
Alex Mieloszyk, PhD
Buckley O'Day, PhD
Michael Pantano, PhD
Joshua Richard, PhD
Mareena Robinson, PhD
Rebecca Romatoski, PhD
Samuel Shaner, PhD
Brandon Sorbom, PhD
Guanyu Su, PhD
Rosie Sugrue, PhD
Lixin Sun, PhD
Jon Walsh, PhD
Zhe Wang, PhD
Kevin Woller, PhD
Yang Yang, PhD

Oral presentations by

William Boyd, PhD (Fission) watch
Robert Mumgaard, PhD (Fusion) watch
Alexandre Cooper, PhD (RST/nuclear security/materials) watch

Photos by Justin Knight

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