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JACK BRENIZER

EMERITUS PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Office: 138 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-863-6384

Neutron radiography, Neutron activation analysis, Radiation interactions, Radiation detection.

Publications  

 
 
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NICHOLAS R. BROWN

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 229 Reber Building

Email:

Phone: 814-865-4863

Personal or Departmental Website

Nuclear reactor analysis and design; nuclear reactor safety; sustainable nuclear fuel cycles; advanced reactors; advanced nuclear fuel and cladding materials; process heat applications of nuclear energy.

 
 
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FAN-BILL CHEUNG

GEORGE L. GUILLET PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Office: 304 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-863-4261

Personal or Departmental Website

Multiphase heat transfer, Thermal processing of materials, Nuclear reactor thermal hydraulics and safety.

Publications  

 
 
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MAREK FLASKA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 227 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-867-4754

 
 
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IGOR JOVANOVIC

Adjunct Professor of Nuclear Engineering - University of Michigan

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 228 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-867-4329

Personal or Departmental Website

Nuclear science, radiation detection lasers, optics

Publications  

 
 
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SEUNGJIN KIM

PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Office: 230 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-867-1783

Personal or Departmental Website

Two-phase flow, Thermal-hydraulics, Reactor Safety, Interfacial area transport, Two-phase flow instrumentation

Publications  

 
 
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ARTHUR MOTTA

PROFESSOR AND CHAIR OF NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 138 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-865-0036

Personal or Departmental Website

Mechanisms of materials degradation when exposed to the nuclear reactor environment, including radiation damage, microstructural evolution, corrosion and hydriding for better prediction of materials behavior and development of new materials.

Publications  Research Projects  

 
 
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ASOK RAY

DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Office: 329 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-865-6377

Personal or Departmental Website

Machine Learning, Instrumentation & Control, Information Theory, Signal Processing, and Nonlinear Dynamics & Chaos

Publications  

 
 
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MICHAEL TONKS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Office: 233 REBER BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-863-1323

Personal or Departmental Website

Predicting the coevolution of microstructure and properties of materials in harsh environments, mesoscale computational materials science, computational methods

 
 
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KENAN UNLU

DIRECTOR, RADIATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING CENTER/PROFESSOR OF NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Breazeale Nuclear Reactor

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 102 BREAZEALE NUCLEAR REACTOR BUILDING

Email:

Phone: 814-865-6351

Personal or Departmental Website

Development and applications of nuclear methods utilizing neutron beams for the analysis and characterization of condensed matters.

Publications  Research Projects  

 
 
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WILLIAM WALTERS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Office: 228 Reber Building

Email:

Phone: 814-867-4329

 
 

About

The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

137 Reber Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-2519