In summer 2017, Carl Britt interned at LBNL. His work is recognized in an article here
We have launched a new investigation of advanced organic scintillators, light collection in organic scintillation detectors, and advanced algorithms in […]
See Tennessee Today’s article here.
See Tennessee Today’s article on the topic here.
There is an immediate opening for a Research Scientist in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of Tennessee. […]
See project highlights page for a description of this new program.
Michael Moore and Angela Simone won best poster awards this summer. Michael presented a poster at the American Conference on […]
Carl Britt and Micah Folsom were both selected for graduate fellowships. Carl was selected as a CNEC scholar (http://www.engr.utk.edu/news/atcoe/atcoe_04_08_16.html) and […]
A new NNSA consortium will support graduate student research in radiation instrumentation, detector materials, and radiochemistry. News on this consortium […]
Our new work in Wearable Intelligent Nuclear Detection (WIND) for the Department of Homeland Security is described here
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