David Trimas | Student
University of Michigan
David Trimas is a first-year doctoral student advised by Prof. Igor Jovanovic in the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS) department at the University of Michigan. His research interest is in coherent electron neutrino-nucleus (CEvNS) based detectors for nuclear nonproliferation purposes. He is actively working with research teams at LLNL to develop new dual-phase noble element CEvNS detectors that can be used for reactor and spent fuel monitoring.
I am a Michigan native, and did my undergraduate education at University of Michigan as well. When I am not in the lab, I enjoy running, swimming, and biking. I also like to sing and play piano.