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Summer 2017 Graduate

Jennifer Erchinger

Ph.D. - Nuclear Engineering
 

Total NSSPI Graduates: 75

Degrees supported in nonproliferation or related topics

  • M.S. Degrees: 56
  • M.E. Degrees: 5
  • Ph.D. Degrees: 21

NSSPI has also supported students in many other research areas and departments.

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O'Neal presents the results of his analysis
Posted: 10/2/2017 -- A loss of offsite power event at a nuclear power plant, also called a LOOP event, is considered a serious safety risk that could put many lives in danger.  After the 2012 incident at the Fukushima-Daiichi power plant in Japan, which involved an extended loss of offsite power in the wake of a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami, the nuclear industry has worked to make power plants even safer and better able to withstand even the most severe accident scenarios involving catastrophic weather or seismological events.   Nuclear facilities must also evaluate their abilit...  Read More
 
 
NFE group in front of the Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant
In August, TEES Nuclear Security Science and Policy Institute (NSSPI) led a Nuclear Facilities Experience (NFE) in Japan for graduate students and staff from eight U.S. universities and five nati...  Read More
 
 
Interactions between Nigerian course participants and NSSPI faculty
In July and August, NSSPI faculty and staff delivered three week-long training courses as part of an ongoing 16-week post-graduate certificate program in nuclear security science offered by the C...  Read More
 
 


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