Ethan Klein | Student

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PhD program start: 2018


Ethan A. Klein is a Ph.D. candidate in the Laboratory for Nuclear Security and Policy at MIT and an MTV Associate. His research focuses on the development of novel nuclear detection technologies and is funded by a National Nuclear Security Administration NNIS fellowship. He is a member of the MIT group voted the ACA’s 2019 Arms Control Person of the Year and a member of the 2019-20 Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum’s arms control working group. Mr. Klein formerly served as a policy advisor at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and a science policy fellow at the Institute for Defense Analyses. Mr. Klein holds an S.B. in Chemistry and Physics from MIT.