International Publisher of Science, Technology and Medicine

Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation Technology

Editorial Board

Gary Marlin Sandquist

Editor-in-Chief: 

Gary Marlin Sandquist, PhD
University of Utah, USA

Biography :

Dr. Gary Marlin Sandquist has over four decades of extensive experience in science, mechanical, nuclear, civil, structural engineering, physics, university teaching, education, scientific research and technical publishing.

Dr. Sandquist has 755 publications & presentation in nuclear science, engineering, energy, health physics, environmental sciences including 8 Books and Book chapters, 209 Journal, Conference & Professional Publications, 163 Technical oral presentations, 375 Engineering Reports for Academic, Industrial, Research and Government Agencies He has nbeen involved in developement of 17 major Scientific Computer Codes used in industry and by government agencies Participated in 204 Scientific and Engineering Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Government Hearings.

Dr. Sandquist has his MS in Engineering Science, University of California Berkeley, Sep 1961 and Ph.D. in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, University of Utah, Jun 1964. He has served as Professor Emeritus, Mechanical Engineering, Adjunct Professor, Civil And Environmental Engin, and Adjunct Professor Nuclear Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Utah.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Nuclear science & engineering, Mechanical, Structural engineering, Risk assessment, Nuclear & reactor physics, QA/QC, Health physics, Nuclear research reactors, Criticality evaluations, Applied mathematics & physics, Environmental radiation monitoring Safeguards & nonproliferation for International Atomic Energy Agency for Nuclear materials, proliferation and safeguards Supervised research for 19 PhD students and 65 MS students

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Howard L. Hall

Editorial Board Members:

Howard L. Hall, PhD
Institute for Nuclear Security
University of Tennessee, USA

Biography :

Dr. Hall is the Director of the UT Institute for Nuclear Security. He is appointed as the UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair Professor of Nuclear Security, and serves as faculty in both the Department of Nuclear Engineering and the Bredesen Center For Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education. Dr. Hall is also a Senior Fellow in Global Security Policy at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, where he directs the Baker Center’s Global Security Programs.

Professor Hall received his Ph.D. in Nuclear and Radiochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1989; and his BS in Chemistry from the College of Charleston in 1985. Prior to joining UT, Dr. Hall spent more than 20 years at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he led major scientific and operational missions in nuclear and homeland security.

Professor Hall is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Nuclear Society, the American Physical Society, the American Chemical Society, the American Society for Engineering Education, the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management, and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemists.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Nuclear forensics, particularly developing faster and more reliable radioanalytical processes, and developing a better understanding of the physical, chemical, and nuclear processes underlying nuclear forensics for reducing uncertainty in the interpretation of forensic data.

Nuclear chemistry and radiochemistry, novel separation methods, the evolution of trace material signatures, nuclear isotope production and purification research, and physical/chemical properties of isotopes.

Radiation detection and measurement as applied to security-relevant needs, particularly the performance of “systems of systems” against radioactive threats.

Nuclear security policy in the interface between technology, policy and legal frameworks, including treaty verification and arms control, counterterrorism, and nuclear nonproliferation.

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 Acceptance Letter
Mohamed A. Bourham

Mohamed A. Bourham, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering
North Carolina State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Mohamed A. Bourham is an Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor of Nuclear Engineering, North Carolina State University, Department of Nuclear Engineering. He completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering-Plasma Physics at Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt way back in 1976.

Dr. Bourham has been a member of many renowned societies such as American Nuclear Society, American Physical Society, Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University Fusion Association, Fusion Power Associates, American Association for Advancement of Science, National Defense Industrial Association.

His interests are in plasma-matter interactions, from interaction with solids to liquids to energetic combustible materials to fabrics and micro-organisms. Ablation/erosion behavior of solid surfaces in contact with plasmas under high heat loading conditions is applicable to fusion reactors first wall and interior components, as well as the interior components of plasma-operated launchers where such components are also under similar high-heat flux exposure.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Plasma-matter interaction, plasma-driven Launch Technology, fusion engineering and technology, plasma propulsion and space thrusters, plasma diagnostics, plasma dynamics, physics of low temperature and non-ideal plasmas, physics of beams, particle accelerators and electron beam irradiation systems, atmospheric and industrial plasmas for surface sterilization and grafting, x-ray sources for medical and screening imaging.

 Research Interest
 Acceptance Letter
Benoit Forget

Benoit Forget, PhD
Department of Nuclear Science & Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Biography :

Dr. Benoit Forget is an Associate Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned his PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2006. Dr. Benoit Forget holds a patent for Boundary Adjusted Critical Spectrum Methodology for Reactor Lattice Depletion. His research interest includes Monte Carlo methods, Advanced Response Matrix Methods, Energy expansion, Reactor design and optimization, MIT Reactor Conversion.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Monte Carlo methods, Advanced Response Matrix Methods, Energy expansion, Reactor design and optimization, MIT Reactor Conversion.

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Joonhong Ahn

Joonhong Ahn, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering
University of California, USA

Biography :

Dr. Joonhong Ahn is a Professor at Department of Nuclear Engineering, University of California, Berkeley. He also serves as Geological Faculty Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.Professor Ahn served as a member of the Planning Committee for the Atomic Energy Society of Japan (1992-1995). he earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from University of California, Berkeley in 1988.

Since 2010, he serves as a member of the international review committee for 2010 report compiled by Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan (NUMO).Fellowship Program by Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, US Department of Energy. He has been participating in the Coordinate Research Project by International Atomic Energy Agency for the topic of Role of Partitioning and Transmutation of High-Level Radioactive Wastes for Minimization of Environmental Impacts from Nuclear Fuel Cycle since 2002.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Prof. Ahn’s research areas include: Mathematical modeling and computational analyses for performance assessment of geological disposal of radioactive wastes, in which radiological risk and criticality safety are quantitatively evaluated as performance metrics, by particularly focusing on radionuclide transport through a geological medium and engineered barriers and long-term evolution of engineered-barrier materials, and Analysis of mass-flow in advanced nuclear fuel-cycle systems. These two are being combined to optimize the nuclear-power system from the viewpoint of risk minimization by exploring relationship between the fuel-cycle system parameters and geologic repository performance. He has also been active in the field of Science-Technology-Society interaction in the back-end of fuel cycle, particularly after the Fukushima accident.

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Mehdi Sohrabi

Mehdi Sohrabi, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering
Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran

Biography :

Dr. Sohrabi earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering (specialized in Health Physics/Radiological Sciences with a minor in Radiobiology), School of Nuclear Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta in 1975. Dr. Sohrabi has shared 2005 Noble Peace Prize of IAEA as IAEA Professional Staff.

He has been a Professor of Health Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology and invited Professor to some national universities such as Shiraz University, Sherif University, Shaheed Beheshti University, Tehran University, etc. He has served as the Director General of the National Radiation Protection Department of Iran (1983-1998).

Dr. Sohrabi holds a patents in Simplified Fast Neutron Dosimeter and has published over 120 papers on different aspects of health physics and radiation dosimetry in international journals/Procs. of int. conferences, presented over 100 invited and contributed papers at international conferences; Conference Editor of Proceedings of International Conferences, Developed large number of IAEA travel/meeting reports, etc.

He has Four decades of international cooperation and experience at USA, European countries as well as about 50 developing countries in particular as the Regional Manager in the Asia and the Pacific Region of the IAEA where I established or upgraded Thematic Safety Areas of a national radiation protection infrastructure especially in Iran and many other IAEA Member States. He is Radiation Protection Specialist on establishing and managing national radiation protection infrastructure; regulatory framework; occupational, patient and public exposure as well as emergency preparedness and response capabilities and technical backstopping and establishing national infrastructure for Quality Assurance/Quality Control Programs.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Radiation Protection Specialist on establishing and managing national radiation protection infrastructure; regulatory framework; occupational, patient and public exposure as well as emergency preparedness and response capabilities and technical backstopping and establishing national infrastructure for Quality Assurance/Quality Control Programs.

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 Acceptance Letter
James Stubbins

James Stubbins, PhD
Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering
University of Illinois, USA

Biography :

Dr. James Stubbins is the Head of the Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his BS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Michigan, his MS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He has a continuing appointment with the Department of Mechanical, Nuclear, and Production Engineering at the University of Pisa, Italy. He is former Co-Director of the NSF Industry-University Cooperative Research Center in Multiphase Flow, and former Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering at Ohio University. He is a former Mentor at the World Nuclear University, Cheongdo, South Korea.

He is a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society, where he was past Chair of the Fusion Energy Division, Materials Science and Technology Division, and Nuclear Engineering Department Heads Organization. He is the co-author on more than 100 journal articles and holds 1 patent. He served on various advisory committees at other universities.

Professor Stubbins’ main research interests are in the area of materials performance and development for advanced energy systems including the influence of radiation effects, liquid metal corrosion, high temperature gaseous corrosion, moderate and elevated temperature materials mechanical properties, and microstructural-level examination of materials using advanced electron-optical techniques.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Advanced Energy Systems and Energy Policy, Nuclear materials, irradiation damage and effects, mechanical properties, high temperature corrosion, and electron microscopy, Nuclear systems design and analysis, Development, analysis and application of materials, primarily for energy-related applications.

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Mohamed S. El-Genk

Mohamed S. El-Genk, PhD
Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering
University of New Mexico, USA

Biography :

Mohamed S. El-Genk, PhD, joined the Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering at University of New Mexico (UNM) is 1981and founded the Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies at UNM in 1984. Before joining UNM, he spent 13 years in energy industry and working on nuclear R & D. His last position has been an Engineering Specialist at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (1987 – 1981). In 2001, El-Genk was named the 46th Annual Research Lecturer; one of the highest honors bestowed upon a member of faculty at UNM and was named a Regents' Professor of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering in 1996 and of Mechanical Engineering in 2006. He is the recipient of the AIChE 2009 Donald Q. Kern Award, a nationally and internationally prestigious recognition for practical applications of process heat and mass transfer.He has published more than 310 refereed articles, 245 full conference Proceedings articles, 6 book chapters, 78 technical reports, and 57 transactions articles to his credit. Hel holds 5 patents and has published a book "Critical Review of Space Nuclear Power and Propulsion 1984-1993," and 55 book volumes containing more than 5,000 full technical papers. El-Genk is Fellow of American Nuclear Society (ANS), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS) and an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

 Biography
Research Interest :

El-Genk's research interest include natural and combined convection heat transfer; boiling and two-phase flow; nuclear fuel, cladding and reactor materials; severe accident analysis; design and thermal-hydraulics and safety analysis of space and terrestrial reactors; small modular reactors; advanced reactor concepts (LWRs, LMRs, HTGRs, and VHTR); nuclear graphite gasification kinetics; nuclear fuel cycle and spent nuclear fuel dry storage; radiation shielding; heat pipes; static energy conversion; CFD analysis of complex systems; thermal management of energy systems; and static and dynamic energy conversion (Thermoelectric (TE), Thermionic (TI), gas turbo-machinery and alkali-metals thermal-to-electric conversion (AMTEC)).

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Ahmed Hassanein

Ahmed Hassanein, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering
Purdue University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Ahmed Hassanein is Paul L. Wattelet Professor and Head of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University, USA. he received his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1982. he has patients in Method and System for Small Scale Pumping, Method for Nano-Pumping Using Carbon Nanotubes, Method for Plasma Formation for Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography-Theta Pinch, Method for Generating Extreme Ultraviolet with Mather-Type Plasma Accelerators for Use in Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography. He is a fellow of American Nuclear Society, International Society of Optical Engineering, American Association for Advancement of Science and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. His research interests include Plasma Material Interactions, Magnetic and Inertial Fusion Research, Computational Physics and Hydrodynamics, Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography, Laser and discharge produced plasma, Radiation and Particle Transport in Materials, Biomedical Engineering Applications.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Plasma Material Interactions, Magnetic and Inertial Fusion Research, Computational Physics and Hydrodynamics, Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography, Laser and discharge produced plasma, Radiation and Particle Transport in Materials, Biomedical Engineering Applications

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Fan-Bill Cheung

Fan-Bill Cheung, PhD
Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Pennsylvania State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Fan-Bill Cheung is a Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, Pennsylvania State University.

Dr. Fan-Bill Cheung earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame in 1974. he is proudly associated with Argonne National Laboratory (STA, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, International Technical Program Committee of the International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics. 

He is an expert in Solidification and Melting, Turbulent Natural Convection, Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer, Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics and Safety, Thermal Processing of Materials, Thermal Behavior of High-Temperature Ablatives, Dense Spray and Atomization.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Dr. Fan-Bill Cheung is an expert in Solidification and Melting, Turbulent Natural Convection, Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer, Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics and Safety, Thermal Processing of Materials, Thermal Behavior of High-Temperature Ablatives, Dense Spray and Atomization.

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Melinda Krahenbuhl

Melinda Krahenbuhl, PhD
Reed Research Reactor
Reed College, USA

Biography :

Dr. Melinda Krahenbuhl received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Utah in 1998. She has previously served as the Director of the Dow Chemical Research Reactor (2008-2011) and the Director of the University of Utah Research Reactor (2004-2008). Additionally, she completed 120 energy assessments for manufacturers in the intermountain region under the Department of Energy’s Industrial Assessment Center program. She has participated for many years in the Joint Coordinating Council for Radiation Effects Research-Project 2.4 analyzing exposures, bioassay data, and the biological fate of plutonium. Her research interests include biokinetic modeling, neutron activation and fission track analysis. Dr. Krahenbuhl is currently the Director of the Reed Research Reactor in Portland, Oregon.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Biokinetic modeling, neutron activation and fission track analysis.

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Shripad Revankar

Shripad Revankar, PhD
Multiphase and Fuel Cell Research Laboratory
Purdue University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Revankar is a Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Director of Multiphase and Fuel Cell Research Laboratory in the School of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. He is also WCU Visiting Professor in the Division of Advanced Nuclear Engineering at POSTECH, Republic of Korea. He received his BS (1975), MS (1977), and Ph.D. (1983) in Physics from Karnatak University, India, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Vacuum Science and Technology from University of Bombay, and M.Eng. (1982) in Nuclear Engineering from McMaster University, Canada. He has worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and at the Nuclear Engineering Department of University of California, Berkeley from 1984 to 1987. He has published over 250 peer reviewed papers in archival journals and conference proceedings and 6 edited books/book chapters. He is Life Member of the following societies: American Nuclear Society (ANS), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Korean Nuclear Society (KNS), and Indian Society of Heat and Mass Transfer (ISHMT). He is Fellow of ASME. He has hosted various ASME and ANS conferences as session’s organizer, topical leader and Track leader. He is member of American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and Electrochemical Society (ECS). He was Chair of Thermal Hydraulics Division of ANS in 2007-08. Currently he was Chair of ASME K-13 Committee on Heat Transfer in Multiphase Systems in 2008-2011. He was Executive Member of the AIChE Transport and Energy Processes Division 2007-2010, and Chair of the ASEE Nuclear and Radiological Division in 2007-2008. He is currently on the Editorial Board of Heat Transfer Engineering, Journal of Thermodynamics, Advances in Applied Physics, Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation Technology, and ASME Journal of Fuel Cell Science and Technology.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Multiphase flow and heat transfer, microgravity multiphase flow in packed beds, fuel cell design, simulation and power systems, thermochemical water splitting hydrogen production, advanced reactor design and analysis, reactor thermalhydraulics and safety.

 Research Interest
 Acceptance Letter
Annalisa Manera

Annalisa Manera, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences
University of Michigan, USA

Biography :

Dr. Annalisa Manera is an Associate Professor Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences University Of Michigan. Her research interest includes Experimental two-phase flow, thermal-hydraulics, computational fluid dynamics, and multiphysics methods for power reactor safety analysis.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Experimental two-phase flow, thermal-hydraulics, computational fluid dynamics, and multiphysics methods for power reactor safety analysis.

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K. Linga Murty

K. Linga Murty, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering and Material Science & Engineering
North Carolina State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. K. Linga Murty is a Professor at North Carolina State University in Nuclear Engineering and Materials Engineering. I received a Bachelors and Masters degree in Physics from Andhra University, India, in 1962 and 1963 respectively. I also received a M.S. and a PhD in Materials Science from Cornell University in 1967 and 1970 respectively.Dr. K. Linga Murty has received the Alcoa Foundation Research Achievement Award and the ANS Mishima Award, am a fellow of AMS-International, IIM, and The American Nuclear Society, and have published around 210 technical papers.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Dr. K. Linga Murty's experience and interests comprise of failure analysis, corrosion and SCC, structure-property relation, effect of aggressive environment and neutron exposure on the mechanical properties and fracture characteristics, formability of metals, superplasticity, development of crystallographic texture and the resulting anisotropy, etc. The materials studied include aluminum alloys (Al-Mg, Al-Zn), pressure vessel steels, zirconium alloys (Zircaloy), stainless steels, turbine materials (Ni base superalloys), lead alloys (Pb-Sn), copper-gold alloys, alkali halides, high purity iron and molybdenum, hcp metals (Zr, Ti, Mg, Zn and their alloys), ferritic steels, WC-Co tool materials, nano-grained iron and single crystalline alkali halides; NDE and NDT for life assessment of structural materials using ball indentation, and non-invasive in-situ NMR investigation of the dynamical behavior of point and line defects in alkali halide single crystals (pure and doped NaCl, NaF) and thin foils of Al. In collaboration with the MCNC Center for microelectronics, I investigated the reliability of solders in electronic packaging with emphasis on flip-chip (C-4) technology for multichip modules. Recent funded research (since 2002) emphasizes anisotropic biaxial creep of textured Ti-alloys, and SPD- processed nanograin structured single and multiphase metallic systems.

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Moshe Gai

Moshe Gai, PhD
Laboratory for Nuclear Science
University of Connecticut, USA

Biography :

Dr. Moshe Gai is a Professor at University of Connecticut, Avery Point, USA. He is also serving as Adjunct Professor of Physics, Yale. Dr. Moshe Gai is associated with American Physical Society, American Astronomical Society, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, New York Academy of the Arts and Sciences, Sigma Xi, Yale Chapter, Sigma Pi Sigma and UConn Chapter.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Experimental Nuclear Physics, Neutron, Gamma and Charged particle spectroscopy, Scintillating Fibers and Electromagnetic Shower Counters. Precision experiments in Nuclear Astrophysics, Fundamental Symmetries in Nuclei, Parity Violation. Theoretical and experimental work on Broken Reflection Symmetry and Generalized Seniority. Study of Structure of Baryons

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 Acceptance Letter
Glenn Harvel

Glenn Harvel, PhD
Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Biography :

Dr. Glenn Harvel is an Associate Professor Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canadaand a licensed professional engineer. Dr. Harvel obtained his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from McMaster University in 1995 studying a Neutron Radiography Diagnostic Method for Two-Phase Flow in Nuclear Fuel Channels. From 1995 to 2006, Dr. Harvel worked for Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in the areas of Operational Thermalhydraulics and Safety, Plant Ageing, and Nuclear Design. He held the position of Technical Design Manager for 4 years working on CANDU and Small Reactor Design improvements.

Since 1997, Dr. Harvel has held an Adjunct Professor research appointment at McMaster University related to non-destructive testing. In 2006, he joined the University of Ontario Institute of Technology as an Associate Professor teaching courses in Nuclear Plant Design. He is currently Associate Dean of the Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Nuclear Plant Ageing and Design, Multiphase Flow (Nuclear, Microgravity, EHD and MHD Effects,)Instrumentation for Multiphase Flow, Radiography.

 Research Interest
William R Roy

William R Roy, PhD
Geochemistry Section
University of Illinois, USA

Biography :

Dr. William Roy is a Senior Geochemist at Geochemistry Section, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. His research areas include sequestration of carbon dioxide in geologic formations, environmental impacts of agriculture, chemical fate and transport of contaminants in soil and groundwater, coal combustion by-product management, and radioactive waste management. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Illinois. He is a member of the Soil Science Society of America (since 1981) and the American Nuclear Society. William has been with the ISGS since 1980.

 Biography
Research Interest :

His research areas include sequestration of carbon dioxide in geologic formations, environmental impacts of agriculture, chemical fate and transport of contaminants in soil and groundwater, coal combustion by-product management, and radioactive waste management.

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 Acceptance Letter
Magdi Ragheb

Magdi Ragheb, PhD
Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering
University of Illinois, USA

Biography :

Dr. Magdi Ragheb is an Associate Professor University of Illinois, USA. he earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering/Computer Sciences from Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978.

Dr. Magdi Ragheb has his expertise in Generalized Formulation of Monte Carlo Estimators over Terminating Markov Chains, Dissociating Gases for Fusion Reactors cooling, A new fusion fuel cycle: TT Fusion, Knowledge Engineering Tools for the conduct of Monte Carlo Shielding Calculations and the interpretation of shielding experiments, Implementation of Knowledge Engineering Methodologies on Supercomputers with application to Nuclear Reactor Safety Analysis, Computer Simulation of Particle Transport in Fast-Neutron Cancer Therapy. Consultation Aid on a Distributed System of Symbolic-Processing Machines and Supercomputers for faster-than-real-time nuclear reactors accidents monitoring and simulation, Decision Aid System for Emergency Preparedness based on Knowledge Engineering Concepts, Fuzzy Logic and Possibility Theory for machine learning using analogy and decision-making under uncertainty. Numerical Modelling of Thermal-Hydraulics and Reactor Transient Phenomena Coupled Probabilistic-Possibilistic Methodologies for Fault Diagnosis Engineering Anticipatory Systems Synthesis and Genetic Algorithms

 Biography
Research Interest :

Generalized Formulation of Monte Carlo Estimators over Terminating Markov Chains, Dissociating Gases for Fusion Reactors cooling, A new fusion fuel cycle: TT Fusion, Knowledge Engineering Tools for the conduct of Monte Carlo Shielding Calculations and the interpretation of shielding experiments, Implementation of Knowledge Engineering Methodologies on Supercomputers with application to Nuclear Reactor Safety Analysis, Computer Simulation of Particle Transport in Fast-Neutron Cancer Therapy. Consultation Aid on a Distributed System of Symbolic-Processing Machines and Supercomputers for faster-than-real-time nuclear reactors accidents monitoring and simulation, Decision Aid System for Emergency Preparedness based on Knowledge Engineering Concepts, Fuzzy Logic and Possibility Theory for machine learning using analogy and decision-making under uncertainty. Numerical Modelling of Thermal-Hydraulics and Reactor Transient Phenomena Coupled Probabilistic-Possibilistic Methodologies for Fault Diagnosis Engineering Anticipatory Systems Synthesis and Genetic Algorithms

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Anter El-Azab

Anter El-Azab, PhD
School of Nuclear Engineering
Purdue University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Anter El-Azab received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Alexandria and his Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, all in nuclear engineering. Before coming to Purdue, he was a professor of computational science and materials science at Florida State University.

Dr. El-Azab’s research interests include mesoscale materials science and computational science and engineering. He currently works on radiation effects in alloys and ceramics, mesoscale thermal transport, mesoscale plasticity in metals, and computational algorithms. in materials science and mechanics.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Mesoscale materials science and computational science and engineering, radiation effects in alloys and ceramics, mesoscale thermal transport, mesoscale plasticity in metals, and computational algorithms. in material science and mechanics.

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Massimiliano Fratoni

Massimiliano Fratoni, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering
Pennsylvania State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Massimiliano Fratoni has his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from University of California, Berkeley, 2008. He is an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering at Pennsylvania State University. Prof. Fratoni teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in nuclear reactor theory, and nuclear reactor design and analysis. His research covers multiple areas including advanced reactor design, computational methods, and nuclear fuel cycle. Current projects focus on accident tolerant fuels for light water reactors, molten salt reactors for used fuel transmutation, and thermal analysis of generic repository.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Reactor physics, nuclear system design, and fuel cycle analysis.

 Research Interest
Hosam M Saleh

Hosam M Saleh, PhD
Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt

Biography :

H. M. Saleh is a Professor of radioactive waste management in the Radioisotope Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt.

He has been awarded MSc and PhD degrees in Physical Chemistry from Cairo University. He has about 20 years of experience in science of hazardous waste management with emphasis on treatment and developing new matrixes for immobilization of these wastes. He interested in studying an innovative economic and environment-friendly techniques for management of hazardous and radioactive wastes.

Saleh has authored over 32 peer-reviewed scientific papers. He was Book Editor of more than 8 books and author of 9 monographs related to valuable international publishers. He serves as a reviewer for several international journals, as Editor In-Chive or Editorial Board Member for many International Journals and as a member of Technical Program Committee for International Conferences.

He was awarded the Scientific Encouragement Award from Atomic Energy Authority (2013), Encouragement Prize in Advanced Technical Sciences from Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (2014) and listed in Marquis Who's Who in the World® 2015 (32nd Edition).

 Biography
Research Interest :

Radioactive and Hazardous Waste Management; Application of Friendly Environmental Agents in Radioactive Waste Management; Development of Matrices for Immobilization of Radioactive and Hazardous Wastes; Application of organic, inorganic and polymer materials as additives to form cement composites as immobilizing matrices for hazardous wastes.

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 Acceptance Letter
Brian Ikeda

Brian Ikeda, PhD
Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Biography :

Dr. Brian Ikeda is an Associate Professor, Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science at University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada. His research interest is in Corrosion of materials in molten fluoride salts, Electrochemical and physical degradation of fluorine anodes, Corrosion of nuclear waste container materials, Stress assisted corrosion cracking of metals, Localized corrosion of metals at elevated temperatures, Long-term performance assessment of materials, Radioactive waste management.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Corrosion of materials in molten fluoride salts, Electrochemical and physical degradation of fluorine anodes, Corrosion of nuclear waste container materials, Stress assisted corrosion cracking of metals, Localized corrosion of metals at elevated temperatures, Long-term performance assessment of materials, Radioactive waste management.

 Research Interest
Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma

Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA

Biography :

Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma is a Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics and is associated with Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin Energy Institute.

His research interest lies in High-speed RF devices and circuits, optoelectronic devices and nanophotonics Semiconductor materials processing and heterogeneous integration CV of Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma 2 Flexible electronics, flexible optoelectronics and flexible photonics Energy conversion semiconductor devices Bioelectronics and biomimetics Semiconductor device physics

 Biography
Research Interest :

High-speed RF devices and circuits, optoelectronic devices and nanophotonics Semiconductor materials processing and heterogeneous integration of flexible electronics, flexible optoelectronics and flexible photonics Energy conversion semiconductor devices Bioelectronics and biomimetics Semiconductor device physics

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Wade R Marcum

Wade R Marcum, PhD
Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics
Oregon State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Wade R Marcum is an Assistant Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics at Oregon State University. he also holds the position of Reactor Operator, Oregon State TRIGA® Reactor (OSTR).

Dr. Marcum’s research interests include nuclear reactor thermal hydraulics, computational fluid dynamics, reactor safety, flow induced vibration, fluid structure interactions, heat and mass transfer, advanced thermal hydraulic instrumentation, flow visualization, and advanced reactor design. Dr. Marcum is currently working on the Hydro-Mechanical Fuel Test Facility project, and the leads the Laser Imaging of Fluids and Thermal (LIFT) laboratory.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Dr. Marcum’s research interests include nuclear reactor thermal hydraulics, computational fluid dynamics, reactor safety, flow induced vibration, fluid structure interactions, heat and mass transfer, advanced thermal hydraulic instrumentation, flow visualization, and advanced reactor design. Dr. Marcum is currently working on the Hydro-Mechanical Fuel Test Facility project, and the leads the Laser Imaging of Fluids and Thermal (LIFT) laboratory.

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Hany S. Abdel-Khalik

Hany S. Abdel-Khalik, PhD
DEpartment of Nuclear Engineering
North Carolina State University, USA

Biography :

Dr. Hany S. Abdel-Khalik is an Associate Professor  at North Carolina State University. He earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2004. His research focuses on the development of advanced multi-scale/multi-physics modeling and simulation tools and validation and qualification methods for next generation nuclear reactors calculations.

 Biography
Research Interest :

Nuclear Computational Science, Fission Reactor Engineering

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