Abbas Johar Jinia | Student
University of Michigan
PhD program start: 2018
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 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.
Projects: Active interrogation