Materials used in nuclear energy systems are exposed to some of the most extreme conditions found on planet earth. Understanding how materials perform when subject to high temperatures, mechanical stresses, corrosive chemicals and energetic particles is critical in ensuring the safe and reliable operation of the current generation of nuclear power plants and in designing the next generation of fission and fusion reactors. Nuclear engineering students have the opportunity to work with a materials scientist and leverage the state-of-the-art facility through the campus Materials Research Center.
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Associate Professor, Associate Chair of Research and Director of Nuclear Reactor
573-341-7759 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
231 Fulton Hall or 132 Straumanis-James Hall
Radiation effects in ceramics, Radiation solid interactions, Nuclear fuel properties and Nuclear waste forms.
Assistant Professor in Materials Science and Engineering
573-341-6167 | email@example.com |
B45 McNutt Hall
573-341-6766 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
224 Fulton Hall
Energy, Nuclear materials, Plasma materials interactions, Hydrogen in materials, Radio-electromechanical effects and Nanotechnology.
Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Missouri-Columbia
573-882-5238 | email@example.com |
231 Naka Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia
Nuclear plasma and beam science, Material science, Pulsed power.
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