Infrastructure

Cutting-edge laboratories & facilities

Experiments may be run by a collaborative effort. A powerful suite of computers is available for data analysis within the department. Students are involved in development and use of advanced particle transport methods, multigroup cross-section generation techniques, reactor physics and perturbation methods, thermal hydraulics, nondestructive testing techniques and tools, advanced fuel design, robotics, radiation shielding and protection, simulation methodologies for real-life nuclear systems including reactors, medical devices, and radiation facilities.

LAB 1

LAB  2

LAB MANUALS