Aaron E. Craft

Research Scientist, Idaho National Laboratory

Idaho Falls, ID


About Aaron E. Craft

Dr. Aaron E. Craft is a Research Scientist at Idaho National Laboratory. He received his BS and MS degrees in Nuclear Engineering from Missouri S&T in 2007 and 2009, respectively, and his PhD in Nuclear Science & Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in 2013. He is actively involved with the American Society for Testing and Materials x-ray and neutron radiology committees and is working to develop new standards for neutron radiography. He has been working at INL since 2013 serving as a collaborator and principle investigator on numerous projects involving x-ray and neutron radiography and tomography. He is currently a Staff Scientist in the Advanced Post-Irradiation Examination Department at INL and group leader for the Beamline Examinations for Applied Material Science (BEAMS) workgroup. Dr. Craft is currently serving as President of the International Society for Neutron Radiography (ISNR). His current research activities focus on developing digital neutron imaging capabilities for examination of highly radioactive objects such as irradiated nuclear fuel.