Micah Jackson graduated with a Master of Science degree in nuclear engineering from Texas A&M in August of 2022. He worked with Dr. Chirayath to investigate the proliferation resistance enhancement of utilizing re-enriched reprocessed uranium. As a NSSPI student, he participated in the Domestic Nuclear Facilities Experience to Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he took part in non-destructive assay training for nuclear safeguards. He also completed the Professional Certificates in Nuclear Security Fundamentals and the Policy and Technical Fundamentals of International Nuclear Safeguards, as well as participating in the INMM Workshop on the Policy and Technical Fundamentals of International Nuclear Safeguards. Prior to joining NSSPI, Jackson graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering with a minor in mathematics and radiological health engineering. After graduation, he joined Pantex doing work in nuclear engineering safety.
- M. Jackson, "Analysis of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Advantages in Multiple Recycling of Used Nuclear Reactor Fuel by Considering U-236 and Pu-238 Buildup", M.S. Thesis, Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2022).