The Advanced Multi-Phase Flow Laboratory (AMFL) of the Pennsylvania State University performs research in the
area of thermal-hydraulics. The AMFL engages in designing and performing scaled experiments as well as pursuing theoretical
and computational treatment of multi-phase flows. Research topics include: modeling of two-phase flow and
fluid-particle interactions, the interfacial area transport model, nuclear reactor safety analysis, and two-phase
flow instrumentation development. Interested students are encouraged to contact Dr. Seungjin Kim
(email@example.com) for additional information. See link : Research at the Advanced Multi-phase Flow Laboratory
We are proud to announce that graduate nuclear engineering student Adrian Leandro was awarded a 2016 American Nuclear Society Graduate Scholarship.
We are proud to announce that undergraduate nuclear engineering student Huyen Pham was awarded a Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship by the Pennsylvania State University College of Engineering.
We are proud to announce that graduate research assistant Joshua Wheeler was awarded the American Nuclear Society Thermal Hydraulics Division 2014 Best Paper Award for his paper published in the proceedigns of ATH'14 (Reno, Nevada, June 15-19, 2014).
We are proud to announce that graduate research assistant Ted Worosz was awarded a Rickover Graduate Fellowship in Nuclear Engineering by the Naval Reactors Division of the United States Department of Energy.
We are proud to announce that senior nuclear engineering undergraduate George Evan Coats was awarded a Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship by the Pennsylvania State University College of Engineering.
February 19, 2013
We are proud to announce that graduate research assistant Ted Worosz was awarded first place in the Graduate Category for Best Poster at the 2012 American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting held in San Diego, California
January 23, 2012
We are proud to announce that undergraduate researcher Matt Dodds was awarded second place in the Undergraduate Category for Best Poster at the 2011 American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting held in Washington, D.C.
January 20, 2011
We are proud to announce that AMFL undergraduate researcher Katie Kirsch was awarded the Best Poster Award for Undergraduates at the 2010 American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
September 20, 2010
We are proud to announce that two AMFL students are recipients of 2010 ANS Scholarships. James Spring, was awarded the Pittsburgh Local Section Graduate Scholarship, and Mohan Yadav was awarded the Saul Levine Memorial Scholarship.
April 19, 2010
We are proud to announce that Frank Nedwidek received the award for best Thermal-Hydraulic paper at the recent ANS Student conference hosted by the University of Michigan.
February 11, 2010
We are proud to announce that our AMFL team earned first and second place in the Student Poster Session at the 2009 American Nuclear Society (ANS) Winter Conference.
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