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2011 NSE Doctoral Research Expo

Visitors and presenters engage in lively discussion at the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering Doctoral Student Expo poster session.
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Visitors and presenters engage in lively discussion at the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering Doctoral Student Expo poster session.
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Photos: Despoina Chatzikyriakou

On March 11, the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering hosted its second annual Doctoral Research Expo. Forty-seven students presented posters on a range of topics from all areas of research within the NSE. The presentations served as a showcase of current research and drew visitors from the department and from the MIT community. The expo was an ideal setting for students to practice their presentation skills in the poster format, an increasingly common requirement at science and engineering conferences.

Matthew Reinke's poster, Impurities in Tokamak Plasmas, was awarded the Best Poster prize.

You can read the full write-up of the event, and watch videos of presentations that were given, here.

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