Kavita Rathore is a Stanton Foundation Nuclear Security Fellow in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station. Her research interests include nuclear security culture, nuclear fuel cycle, non-destructive testing & evaluations. Prior to Texas A&M University, Rathore completed her Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering and Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (India). Her Ph.D. dissertation focused on characterization of microwave induced multicusp plasma using optical emission tomography. She completed her Master of Technology (M.Tech.) degree in Nuclear Science and Technology from Delhi University, Delhi (India) and B.S. degree in Physics from Kota University, Kota (India).
- K. Rathore, J. Osborn, M. Fuhrmann, S. Chirayath, "Investigating Iran’s Nuclear Latency Subject to the Status of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action", 60th Annual Meeting of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), Palm Desert, California, 14-18 July 2019.
- K. Rathore S.S. Chirayath, "Investigation on Iran’s Nuclear Weapon Latency Time in Case of Non-Compliance with JCPOA", Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, 120 (2019).