Radiation imaging is used in a diverse range of disciplines, from medicine and agriculture to archaeology and homeland security. It can offer vital information on the structure or function of internal components of a mechanical object or the human body by providing two dimensional or 3-D images using penetrating radiation. Missouri S&T researchers are developing advanced radiation imaging technologies and applications with support from the federal Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy and private industry.
Professor, Department Chair
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Multiphase reactor engineering; transport-kinetic integration; advanced measurement and computational techniques
Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Spent nuclear fuel interrogation and reactor safety; gamma spectroscopy; radiation detection; mixed oxide fuel; reactor passive safety; natural convection