Award recognizes scientists of Turkish origin younger than 50 who have made outstanding contributions to their fields.
Senior Research Scientist, Richard Lanza, was elected an IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Fellow &Mdash; an honor annually bestowed on just one-tenth of one percent of the members of what’s called “the world’s largest technical professional organization.”
Mareen Robinson Snowden PhD ’17 was recognized this year as one of EBONY Magazine’s Power 100 STEM Trailblazers who recognized for their discoveries and use of their passion for STEM to advance the field of technology, space, health, and education. “Being in the room last night, listening to the stories, and absorbing the energy was deeply refreshing. I take that energy back with me into my work, with the affirmation that the community is behind us,” refelcted Robonson Snowden of the awards celebration.
One of six from MIT elected this year, Prof Nuno Loureiro is recognized for “transformative contributions to the theory of magnetic reconnection and for elucidating the fundamental role of hierarchical reconnection phenomena in plasma turbulence, with broad applications in laboratory, space, and astrophysical systems.”
AIP Publishing has selected Prof Ian Hutchinson as the recipient of its 2022 Ronald C. Davidson Award for Plasma Physics for his paper, “Electron holes in phase space: What they are and why they matter.”
ohn Clark Hardwick (1986) Career Development Professor, Koroush Shirvan has won the 2022 Reactor Technology Award from the American Nuclear Society, which recognizes practical contributions to the field of reactor design.
Robert N. Noyce Career Development Professor, Zach Hartwig has been selected by the Fusion Power Associates (FPA) Board of Directors as the recipient of a 2022 Excellence in Fusion Engineering Award.
NSE’s Mike Short, Nuno Loureiro, Charlotte Wickert, and Sreya Vangara are amongst those honored with MIT School of Engineering awards in 2022.
The School of Engineering honors the associate professor of nuclear science and engineering for his experiential approach to teaching.
Matteo Bucci, an associate professor in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering is an inaugural winner of the Distinguished Early Career Award given by the US Department of Energy for Nuclear Energy Projects.
In a residency supported by the Department of Energy, the Leppink will explore the high-field side of the DIII-D tokamak.
Buongiorno is recognized for outstanding support of ANS Crisis Communications in his leadership of the ANS Rapid Response Taskforce on Ukraine
Established in 2008, the Julian David Baumert PhD Thesis Award is presented annually to a researcher who has recently conducted a thesis project that included significant measurements at NSLS-II (National Synchrotron Light Source).
The Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering and the student chapter of the American Nuclear Society hosted their annual awards event on May 11, 2022.
Kunimune will spend time at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory working with NSE alum Dan Casey PhD ’12 in Verena Geppert-Kleinrath’s research group, where he will develop new analysis tools to reconstruct the three-dimensional shapes of ICF implosions.
Wickert, a third-year undergraduate is double majoring in nuclear science and engineering and physics. Together the disciplines allow her to develop a detailed theoretical knowledge base she can apply to work in nuclear energy.
Trainer is one of four graduate students selected for the fellowship in 2022. The Rickover Fellowship Program in Nuclear Engineering assists in preparing students for roles in naval nuclear propulsion and will support the broader objective of advancing fission energy development through the research efforts of the Fellows.
Dennis Whyte, the Hitachi America Professor of Engineeing and Director of the Plasma Science and Fusion Center at MIT is one of seven honorees this year to recieve Alumni Achievement Award given by the University of Saskatchewan (USask). One of the university’s highest honours, this award is given to those who “embody the university’s aspiration to be what the world needs because of their significant accomplishments and contributions since graduating from USask.” Read profile
Ju Li, the Battelle Energy Alliance Professor in Nuclear Engineering and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering was selected to receive the The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) Fellow Award, Class of 2022.
The Del Favero Thesis Prize is awarded annually to a PhD graduate in NSE whose thesis is judged to have made the most innovative advance in our field. Liu wins the prize for her work in quantum sensing — measuring miniscule magnetic fields with nanoscale resoultion.
Professor Bilge Yildiz and Dr. Laura Grego along with Lydia Bourouiba, Hong Liu, Thomas Peacock, and Lindley Winslow from MIT, are named 2021 fellows for their contributions to physics.
Professor Mingda Li received a 2021 Early Career Research Award given by the DoE Basic Energy Sciences Program. Given annually, the award is designed to bolster the research in science by providing support to exceptional researchers during the crucial early career years. It will support Li's research program — Machine Learning Augmented Multimodal Neutron Scattering for Emergent Topological Materials.