University of Missouri-Columbia
Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute
(Data for 2010 Overview)
- PhD in Nuclear Engineering
- MS in Nuclear Engineering with emphasis in Nuclear Power, Medical Physics or Health Physics
- Graduate certificate in Nuclear Engineering
- Undergraduate minor in Nuclear Engineering, Medical/Health Physics, and Radioenvironmental Sciences.
- 64 graduate students: 30 Ph.D. students and 34 M.S. students
- 6 PhD degrees
- 11 MS degrees
- 5 tenure track faculty: 4 Professors and 1 Associate Professor
- 3 Emeritus faculty
- 66 Affiliated faculty: 35 in other departments, 11 in National Labs, 14 in other Universities, and 6 in industry
- FY2010: $2,065,886
- Nuclear Reactor Engineering: University of Missouri Research Reactor, Missouri S&T Nuclear Reactor
- Radiation detection and radiochemistry laboratory
- Particulate Systems Research Center: Particulate production; Aerosol mechanics, dynamics and interactions
- Nuclear safety and Very High Temperature Reactor (VHTR) fuels.
- University of Missouri Research Reactor
- Chemical, Biological and Radiation sensor research center
- 128 node cluster computer
- Scanning and Transmission Electron microscopy, x-ray microanalysis.
- @Washington University – Research in Radiation treatment modalities: IMRT (linacs and tomotherapy), 3D CRT, Brachytherapy, 4D CT, Functional/Biological Imaging.
Mark A. Prelas, Professor and Chair
- Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute
- University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211
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