News

2015

  • Jeff King and Douglas Van Bossuyt win $400k from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission to support the “Colorado School of Mines Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Program."

  • Ryan Collette, a Ph.D. student in Nuclear Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, was awarded a prize in the Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fuel Cycle Technologies. His award-winning research paper, “Automated Characterization of Uranium-Molybdenum Fuel Microstructures,” was presented at the American Nuclear Society National Student Conference in April 2015.

    For more information, visit http://www.fuelcycleinnovations.org/winners2015.html.

2014

  • Jeff King and Jennifer Braley win $215k from the US Department of Energy to develop the “Colorado School of Mines Online Nuclear Reactor Laboratory”.

  • Jeff King gives invited talk at invited lecture at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla.

  • Jeff King gives invited talk at invited lecture at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

2013

  • Jeff King wins $110k for this grant application “Development of Automated Image Analysis Capabilities in Support of RERTR Fuel Development.”

2012

  • Jeremy Washington and Michael Baker win awards in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2012 Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards competition.

    Jeremy Washington, a Ph.D. student in Nuclear Engineering, has been awarded a First Place prize in the Open Competition in the category of Nuclear Fuels. His award-winning research paper, “Reactivity Analysis for TRISO Fuel Particles Containing a Burnable Poison Layer,” was presented at the American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting in June 2011.

    Michael Baker, a Ph.D. student in Nuclear Engineering, has been awarded a prize for his award-winning research paper, “Alternative Forming Fluid Selection for TRISO Fuel Kernel Production.” The paper was resented at the American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting in June 2011.

    For more information visit http://www.fuelcycleinnovations.org/winners2012.html.

  • Jeff King wins $689k from National Nuclear Security Administration for his grant application “Fuel Cycle Uncertainty and Perturbation Analysis in Support of Safeguards Decision-Making.”

  • Jeff King wins $254k from US Department of Energy for his grant application “Automated Serial Sectioning and Imaging in Support of Nuclear Materials Analysis.”

  • Jeff King wins $64k from US Department of Energy for his grant application “Imaging, Visualization, and Detection Upgrades for the Colorado School of Mines Nuclear Science and Engineering Program.”

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