Dr. Paul Nelson and Dr. Chris Sprecher have just released a report showing the results of their research into the factors that determine to what extent a given state is reliant upon civil nuclear power. To view this report, follow the link, below.
On Sept 30th, 2008 a commentary on the India-US Nuclear Agreement by Dr. Nelson and Dr. Boyle appeared in the Washington Times. In this piece, they analyze all of the reasons commonly touted by the opposition to the accord and reveal their weaknesses. To read the piece in its entirety, follow the link below. For […]
NSSPI student, James Miller, was awarded the Nuclear Forensics Fellowship from DNDO/DTRA and the Robert J. Sorenson Memorial Scholarship from the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) this summer. Miller is one of six recipients of the Nuclear Forensics Fellowship, a fellowship awarded through a program whose stated goal is “to encourage talented students to […]
NSSPI is to help coordinate a U.S.-Russia Workshop with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The title of the workshop will be “The Next Generation of Advances in Safeguards and Verification Technologies” and will take place at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute in Moscow, Russia December 15-16, 2008. This workshop involves commissioned papers by both […]
NSSPI student, Adrienne LaFleur, was named the winner of the Student Best Paper Award at the 8th International Conference on Facility Operations-Safeguards Interface in Portland, Oregon. The title of her paper was “Nondestructive Measurements of Fissile Material Using Self-Indication Neutron Resonance Absorption Densitometry (SINRAD).”