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Sean Lowder, Natalie Shifflet will serve their country when they leave MIT

Following their MIT studies, graduates in MIT’s Reserve Officer Training Corps set off on new challenges in the U.S. military. ... more

Thomas McKrell

Thomas J. McKrell, research scientist and mentor in Nuclear Science and Engineering, dies at 47

The lauded director of the MIT Thermal Hydraulics and Materials in Extreme Environments Laboratory was a consummate experimentalist and passionate teacher. ... more

Dennis Whyte

Dennis Whyte is committed to caring

Professor Dennis Whyte has made community building a top priority and has made a significant impact in affecting positive change as the head of the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering and director of the Plasma Science and Fusion Center. ... more

Yildiz students take gold and silver at Materials Research Society conference

Qiyang Lu and Lixin Sun won Graduate Student Awards at the 2017 Spring Materials Research Society conference.more

NSE’s Batista recognized for exceptional service and support

The MIT School of Engineering hosted its 17th annual Infinite Mile Awards ceremony on May 15, to recognize and reward members of the school’s administrative, support, service, and sponsored research staff whose work is of the highest caliber. The awards support the Institute’s and the School of Engineering’s objectives for excellence.more

2017 NSE Awards

The Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering and the student chapter of the American Nuclear Society hosted the annual awards dinner on on May 16, 2017. Meet the award winners.more

Nuno Loureiro

NSE’s Loureiro among 12 newly tenured MIT engineers

Newly tenured Nuno Loureiro's research focuses on instability of magnetic reconnection and the formation of multiple magnetic islands, especially as they relate to the temperatures of plasma in nuclear fusion. ... more

Yang Yang, MIT

NSE graduate student Yang Yang wins two awards at 2017 ANS Student Conference

NSE graduate student Yang Yang won the Best in Materials Science and Technology Award for his podium presentation entitled “The Necessity of Full-3D Monte Carlo Simulations for Ion Irradiation” at the 2017 American Nuclear Society Student Conference. ... more

Michel Maschi, EDF

EDF grant supports study on Future of Nuclear Energy in a Carbon-Constrained World

MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) Professor Jacopo Buongiorno was awarded a grant from Électricité de France (EDF) in support of the ongoing study on the Future of Nuclear Energy in a Carbon-Constrained World. ... more

Michael Short, MIT

Exelon Generation provides CANES funding for research on Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cladding Coatings

Assistant Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering Michael Short and collaborators — Professors Bilge Yildiz, Matteo Bucci, and Evelyn Wang, as well as the MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory and the Westinghouse Electric Company — have received funding from Exelon Generation to support research which could transform the performance of the fuel cladding in Light Water Reactors (LWRs). ... more

Ju Li, MIT

NSE’s Ju Li named 2017 Materials Research Society Fellow

Batelle Energy Alliance Professor Ju Li of MIT’s Nuclear Science and Engineering department has been named a 2017 Materials Research Society (MRS) Fellow — one of sixteen scholars honored in 2017 worldwide. ... more

NSE Expo

2017 NSE Research Expo

The MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering’s Graduate Student Expo which traditionally kicks off the visiting weekend for prospective graduate students, was held on March 17. ... more

David T. Leighton, MIT

$1.6M gift establishes David T. Leighton Fund

David T. Leighton ’48, MIT alumnus passed away on January 6, 2017. He was 91 years old. ... more

Expo Poster

2017 NSE Research Expo

On March 17, the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering will host its annual Graduate Research Expo —a unique opportunity for the MIT community to learn more about the diverse research being conducted within NSE by faculty and graduate students. ... more

Rasheed Auguste

2017 Celebration of MLK: Discrimination affects us all

NSE senior Rasheed Auguste described a three-step process for addressing injustice in the world at MIT's celebration of MLK. ... more

Hi-res imaging

Paola Cappellaro: High-res biomolecule imaging

Technique could provide unique views of single molecules that conventional methods can’t match. ... more

New faculty

New faculty strengthen, broaden MIT’s energy expertise

NSE’s Nuno Loureiro is one of four new faculty engaged in energy research. These newest faculty bring a wide array of energy expertise to the Institute — from mimicking the natural characteristics of photosynthesis in human-made solar energy systems, to modeling plasma behavior in fusion reactor designs. ... more

Otto Harling

Otto Harling, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering, dies at 85

Longtime Nuclear Research Lab director made advances in nuclear and condensed-matter physics, nuclear materials, reactor technology, and nuclear medicine. ... more

Michael Short

Mike Short: Inspired by radiation

Nuclear scientist Michael Short aims to understand the full range of defects produced when materials are exposed to radiation. ... more

Grating Spec

Measuring radiation damage on the fly

Technique could continuously assess aging of materials in a high-radiation environment, in real-time. ... more

Competition poster

2016 Nuclear Maker Design Competition

December 14, 2016 from 11:00am to 1:00pm at 20-306 (Twenty Chimneys and Stratton Balcony) ... more

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