|Tomasz Kozlowski (email)
Tomasz received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from Purdue University in 2005, where he worked on spatial homogenization methods for transport calculations, PARCS code development, RELAP5/PARCS and TRACE/PARCS coupling. From 2005 to 2011 he worked at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden on independent safety analysis of Swedish BWR power uprate. He joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in October 2011.
Guojun is a PhD candidate working on the Riemann solver and adjoint sensitivity analysis for two-phase flow. He received his Master degree from University of Illinois in 2015 for the work about inverse uncertainty quantification methodology. He received his Bachelor degree from University of Science and Technology of China in 2013 for the work about the effect of nonlinear field on the dynamic aperture of electron beam.
|George E McKenzie IV
George is a PhD candidate studying experimental reactor physics, specifically the Rossi-Alpha method, at the University of Illinois. All experiments are performed at the NCERC facility run by Los Alamos National Laboratory. He completed his bachelors in 2013 at the University of Illinois, finished his masters at the University of Illinois in December of 2014, and plans to continue on for his doctorate also at the University of Illinois.
|Travis Mui (email)
Travis is a PhD student with a research focus on multi physics core simulations and uncertainty quantification methods. His current research with ARTS focuses on simulating nuclear fuel performance criteria and their effect on modeling load-follow power maneuvers in pressurized water reactors. Travis received his Masters in 2015 as well as his Bachelors in 2013 from the University of Illinois.
Dan joined the ARTS research group in January 2017 and was awarded a NEUP Fellowship in September 2017. Before entering graduate school, Dan focused on reactor physics simulations, with special attention paid to multi cycle analysis using nodal based reactor physics simulators. His current research at ARTS focuses on the effect of load-follow power maneuvers on nuclear fuel performance and difficulties in simulating such maneuvers.
Katarzyna is a MSc student, currently working on molecular dynamics simulation of two-phase heat transfer. She started graduate studies at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and joined ARTS group in 2016. She received Bachelor of Science in Physics in 2016 from University of Warsaw and Bachelor of Science in Power Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology.
Xu Wu, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jianan Lu, at at Tsinghua University
Seongpil Yum, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Youngmin Jo, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Bruno Miglierini, at Research Centre Rez
Xin’ouwen Ye, at Tsinghua University
Rijan Shrestha, at Intel Corporation
Hanjoo Kim, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Azamat Khassenov, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
April Novak, at University of California, Berkley
Chris Keckler, at University of California, Berkley
Rabie Abu Saleem, at Jordan University of Science and Technology
Jinsu Park, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Won Kyeong Kim, at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Jonathan Rolland, at Exelon Corporation
Cem Bagdatlioglu, at The University of Texas at Austin
Josh Bradley, at Flowserve Corporation
Simon Johansson, at Chalmers University of Technology
Rickard Magnusson, at Chalmers University of Technology
Arthur Talpaert, at CEA Saclay
Rui Lin Tan, at Stanford University