The following is a brief description of the Nuclear Engineering faculty members' research interest. For a complete description of their research and list of publications (if available), visit the webpage of each faculty member.
In-core Fuel Management, Reactor Power Theory, Convective Heat Transfer, and Energy Conversion.
Radiation Detection and Nuclear Analytical Measurements, Radiation Interaction with Matter, Radioactive Waste Management, Mineral Beneficiation and Elements Extraction Processes, and Environmental Studies.
Performance improvement of small modular gas-cooled reactors, Two-phase flow, and Radiation detection and radiological health risk assessment.
Radiation Detection and Nuclear Analytical Measurements, Radiation Shielding Design, and Plasma Science and Applications.
Neutronics of Research Reactors, and Nuclear/Energy Planning.
Radiation interaction with matter, Modeling of ion beam interaction with matter, Nuclear fuel cycle, and Nanomaterials technology.
Radiation Interaction with Matter, Neutronics and Thermohydraulic Analysis of Nuclear Reactors.