Learn more about microreactors
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, working with partners across the country, is submitting a proposal to develop and install a microreactor for campus.
NPRE @ GRAINGER ENGINEERING
Campus visits may not be happening in person right now, but you can still get a feel for our campus by visiting us virtually! Info sessions and webinars are available for high school students interested in applying to Illinois! Click the link below to learn more about the department, The Grainger College of Engineering, and more!
NPRE is looking for a new research scientist!
The duties associated with the position are to support the research and development in the area of External Hazard (e.g., seismic, flood) Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) for nuclear power plants.
Grainger College of Engineering Scholarship Application
Grainger Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office is accepting applications for available scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year.
See the Scholarships for Continuing Students website for more information and the link to the application.
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Engineering undergraduates with at least one semester of grades received in engineering at the University of Illinois. Students should not be graduating in May or summer. Scholarships are for the next academic year (Fall 20-Spring 21).
Scholarships for engineering undergraduate students are merit-based but looking for well-rounded students, both academically and professionally.
Professor Zhang heads the Zhang Laboratory, whose research focuses on the study of liquids and glassy materials using integrated neutron and synchrotron light experimental probes and atomistic modeling and simulation. The structure and dynamics of these systems are either inherently complex or driven far from equilibrium by extreme conditions: rapid change of temperature or pressure, intense irradiation, high mechanical load, and so on. Such studies shed light on a class of fundamental and technical problems involving phenomena emerging from self-organization, rare events, and symmetry breaking, and may lead to countless pivotal applications.