Research

Design and Licensing of the Molten Salt Research Reactor (MSRR)

Funding: Natura Resources, LLC

Design of an In-Core Spectrum Neutron Irradiation Facility

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Funding: DHS Nuclear Forensics Research Award

Nuclear Data Measurements for Nuclear Explosion Monitoring

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Funding: Subcontract from Pacific Northwest National Lab subcontract NNSA project

Radionuclide Tracer Production

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Funding: Pacific Northwest National Lab subcontract NNSA project

Subsurface Radionuclide Transport Phenomenology

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Funding: Subcontract from Pacific Northwest National Lab NNSA project

Sampling Techniques for Large-Scale Environmental Transport

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Funding: Subcontract from Pacific Northwest National Lab NNSA project

Non-proliferation Studies in Advanced Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM) opens the door to many complex part and assembly designs that can be obtained via traditional manufacturing techniques. Many industries such as automotive, aerospace, and medical have begun utilizing the advantages of AM for innovations in their fields. Additive manufacturing has been identified as a technology that lead innovation in the nuclear industry and ground level research has now begun between the Nuclear and Radiation Engineering and Dynamic Systems and Control areas.

Funding: NNSA Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation

Neutron and High-Energy Photon Radiography with Robotic Sample Manipulation

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Funding: Los Alamos National Lab