Alexander Rice | Student
University of Michigan
I am a 2nd year Ph.D. candidate for radiation detection in the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Department at the University of Michigan. I received my bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in Nuclear Engineering in 2019. I am a Florida native but have dual citizenship with the United Kingdom as both of my parents are immigrants. Currently, I am working with Professor Zhong He as an imaging student whose primary focus is on coded aperture and time-encoded imaging. I am currently collaborating with Y-12 National Security Complex to quantify Uranium holdup in a multitude of situations and various geometries. In my spare time, I enjoy playing sports such as soccer and volleyball and playing with my 2-year-old labradoodle Luffy.