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NSE Doctoral Research Expo

The Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) will be hosting its third annual Doctoral Research Expo — from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 16, in E14-674 — which features research posters presented by our current doctoral students as well as signature oral presentations given by an outstanding student chosen from each of the three main areas of research within the department. Join us for a unique opportunity to learn more about the diverse research being conducted within the department by NSE faculty and doctoral students.

Featured presentations:
  • Clarice Aiello (NST) Diamonds are a nuclear engineer's best friend: sensing tiny magnetic fields with a single spin in diamond
  • Mario Manuel (Fusion) Using Fusion to Study Fusion
  • Koroush Shirvan (Fission) With a name like KBWR ... it has to be good: Engineering of a More Economic Boiling Water Reactor
For further information, please email Heather Barry at hbarry@mit.edu

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