Scores of young alumni are dreaming up fresh ways to harness nuclear, wind, and solar power; optimize our use of fossil fuels; and support development of energy solutions.
Ju Li has created a window into a world where things are inconceivably small and change inconceivably fast.
Paola Cappellaro’s work with nanoscale diamonds opens a route to computers that can search huge databases in a flash or crack virtually any secret code.
Prof. Richard Lester is now working with others to determine how new energy technologies can become as ubiquitous as the cell phone.
Prof. Ian Hutchinson says graduate fellowships in nuclear engineering are vital to addressing the global energy crisis.