2021 MTV NESS – July 20

Underlying Physics of Active Interrogation

Abbas Jinia

Abbas Jinia

Ph.D. Candidate
M.S. Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University, USA, 2018

Abbas graduated from Purdue University, with a master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering. He joined the DNNG group in Fall 2018. His research at Purdue University involved transient analysis of neutrons in a sub-critical system for the detection of special nuclear materials (SNM) and medical radioisotope applications. His current research interest includes neutron transient measurements in presence of high gamma fields, accelerator-based active interrogation (AI) systems, and neutron imaging techniques.