The UF lead NNSA Consortium for Nuclear Forensics was featured in the Fall Semester UF Research Explore Magazine where the OSN group was featured along with the MANATEE group lead by Dr. Aitkaliyeva and the TARDIS group lead by Dr.… Read More
Congrats to Emily, Kyle, and Justin (all OSN PhD students and DoD SMART Fellows) for leading the authorship of a nearly 50 page review article in the journal Applied Spectroscopy that was selected by the editors to be featured as… Read More
Ph.D. Student and DoD SMART Fellow Emily H. Kwapis has published her 5th paper (4 as first author and now 1 as co-author) titled “”Laser-induced Plasmas of Plutonium Dioxide in a Double-Walled Cell” for publication in Applied Spectroscopy” in the… Read More
PhD Candidate Kyle Latty and Undergraduate Research Assistant Thiago Arnaud (Senior Physics, B.S.) have had their paper accepted in the journal Sensors titled “Ultrafast Laser-Excited Optical Emission of Xe under Loose-Focusing Conditions”. The article includes co-authors from University of Michigan… Read More
PhD Candidate Kyle Latty has had his third paper accepted in the journal Optics Express titled “Emission characteristics of bulk aerosols excited by externally focused femtosecond filaments”. The article includes co-authors from University of Michigan Prof. Igor Jovanovic Dr. Milos… Read More
Prof. Hartig, the PI for the Optical Science and Nonproliferation Group at UF, was selected by Savannah River National Laboratory to receive a Joint Appointment with the laboratory. This joint appointment will advacne SNRL’s core competency in sensing, characterizing, assessing… Read More
Emily Kwapis represented the MTV Consortium and the OSN Group through an oral presentation at the annual NNSA University Program Review Meeting held this year at UC Berkeley. Congrats Emily!
Emily Kwapis presented her research at the Joint INMM & ESARDA Annual Meeting next door to the IAEA in Vienna, Austria. Congrats Emily.
OSN PI Professor Kyle C. Hartig received the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Early Career Award at the 2023 Joint INMM & ESARDA Annual Meeting in Vienna Austria. https://inmm.org/page/earlycareeraward Prof. Hartig would like to thank Texas A&M Nuclear Engineering… Read More
Optical Science and Nonproliferation (OSN) Group Ph.D. Student and DoD SMART Fellow Emily H. Kwapis has published her fourth journal article titled “Experimental and Computational Investigation into the Hydrodynamics and Chemical Dynamics of Laser Ablation Aluminum Plasmas” in the high-impact… Read More