Three NPRE graduate students and two undergraduates have gained national ANS scholarships.
Assistant Prof. Caleb Brooks will be one of the instructors in an international short course on computational multiphase flow.
A team of NPRE researchers are examining ways to enable load-following capabilities in molten salt reactors.
Assistant Prof. Zahra Mohaghegh and her SoTeRiA Laboratory lead an IAEA team to investigate pipe failure risk in nuclear power plants.
NPRE graduate student Aric Tate was awarded Best Poster at a national nuclear security meeting for his research adding precision timing to a high-Z detection technique.
2018 Taber Scholar Emmanuel Fadahunsi sees the Energy System master's degree as a means to broaden his knowledge in the energy industry.
As NPRE welcomes our newest alumni, we also welcome our largest group of graduate students in decades.
Exelon Corp. has established the Exelon-NPRE Visionary Scholarship, a $500,000 endowed fund to support NPRE undergraduate students.