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Screenshot from the winning video
Posted: 08/15/2014 -- Jennifer Erchinger, Jose Trevino, Timothy Jacomb-Hood, Manit Shah and Micheal Smith, nuclear engineering graduate students working with NSSPI faculty member Dr. Craig Marianno, won first place at the Canberra University Video Challenge. Their video highlights examples of students using Canberra products in their classes and research in radiation detection. A variety of products are shown as students scan a box for a hidden source, a variation of one of the laboratory exercises. The research focus of the video demonstrates a radiation portal monitor used for screening livestock ...  Read More
2014 Summer Certificate Graduates with Texas A&M Department of Nuclear Engineering Department Head Dr. Yassin Hassan and NSSPI faculty and staff.
In July, NSSPI graduated its first class of students in the Summer Certificate in Nuclear Security Program. Sponsored by the US State Department's Partnership for Nuclear Security (PNS), the cert...  Read More
Manit Shah
Manit Shah's paper titled "Simulation Analysis of Scintillation in a Nal Detector" was selected as the best student paper for the Nonproliferation and Arms Control Division of the Institute of Nu...  Read More
Dr. Karen Miller with her award
The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) recognized NSSPI graduate Dr. Karen Miller with the Early Career Award at their annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia in July. The Early Career A...  Read More
2014 GNEII graduating fellows
The Gulf Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Institute (GNEII) at Khalifa University's Abu Dhabi campus commemorated the conclusion of the fourth year of the program with a two-day symposium on nuclear...  Read More
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