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Nancy Ruzycki, Ph.D.

Nancy Ruzycki’s Summer Science Camps Continue to Empower Young Scientists Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a rapidly advancing technology with rapidly expanding applications in the workforce. Currently, however, there is a shortage of materials for both teaching and learning AI.  To… Read More

Dr. Kyle Hartig Receives INMM Early Career Award, Joint Appointment with Savannah River National Lab

Kyle C. Hartig, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Nuclear Engineering Program within the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, continues to set the standard in the field of nuclear materials security.   The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) has recognized… Read More

Top-tier Excellence: UF MSE and NE Graduate Programs Continue to Shine Among the Best in the Nation

The UF Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) and the UF Nuclear Engineering Program (NE), housed within the department, continue their stay among the best-ranked graduate school programs at public universities in the U.S.  The 2024 U.S. News &… Read More

Nuclear Sleuths: University of Florida to Lead $25 million National Consortium on Nuclear Forensics

For decades, the United States has been at the forefront of reducing the number of nuclear arms worldwide and curtailing the spread of illicit atomic-based technology. It has also led the way in developing the advanced nuclear forensics capabilities needed… Read More