Founded in 1889, the University of New Mexico has nearly 35,000 students, represents a cross-section of cultures and backgrounds and features leading schools of medicine, law and fine arts.
UNM's scientific research focus areas are bioinformatics, ecology and climatology; materials science; optical sciences; engineering, computation and data sciences; high energy density physics; quantum information science; and regional resource economics, water and environment. They are also developing programs in high performance computing, neuroscience and clean energy systems.
UNM's Department of Nuclear Engineering covers a wide range of nuclear applications, including:
Design and safety aspects of nuclear fission reactors
Future energy solutions through development and implementation of nuclear fusion systems
Safe disposal concepts for radioactive waste and methods for reduction of radiation releases from industrial facilities
Wide variety of radioisotope applications such as treatment and diagnosis of diseases, food preservation, manufacturing development, processing and quality control, and biological and mechanical process tracers.
Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering
Associate Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering
Research Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering
Professor and Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering
Regents' Professor, Chemical, Nuclear and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering