Ryan Bergmann released WARP software. WARP is a GPU-powered library for continuous energy Monte Carlo neutron transport in general 3D geometries.
Link to github: https://github.com/weft
Congratulations to Kelly Kmak, NSSC Fellow, for winning the Glen T. Seaborg Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Chemistry. This award recognizes Kmak’s research and academic accomplishments during her studies of chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley.
The Nuclear Science and Security Consortium is very proud of all of Kelly Kmak’s hard work. This award is a huge honor. We are happy she will be returning to UC Berkeley in the Fall as a Graduate Student, and continue her involvement with the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium.
Congratulations to all the NSSC Fellows and Affiliates graduating this semester, and transiting into exciting careers!
UC Berkeley’s Nuclear Engineering Department held their graduation ceremonies today. Seven Fellows and Affiliates from NSSC graduated from this department:
We are proud to have you as a part of the NSSC!
From left to right: (NSSC Fellows with Prof. Bernstein NSSC Director of Laboratories, Prof. Vujic NSSC Director, Dr. Goldblum NSSC Scientific Director, and Prof. Vetter NSSC NNSA Liaison)
NSSC Personnel at the Nuclear Engineering Graduation Procession.
Prof. Vujic with her students.
Thibault Laplace receives a certificate from NSSC.
NSSC Fellows at the graduation reception.