Global Nuclear Security,Nuclear Forensics
M.S., Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin, 2011
Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee, 2010
B.S., Nuclear Engineering, June 2004
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Matthew Baruzzini is a graduate research assistant who is focusing on the research and development of strategies for detector-invariant algorithms in GIS-tagged radiation data. In the past, Dr. Baruzzini has served as an intern at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His interests lie in nuclear forensics and radiochemistry as it pertains to fuel cycle processes. He has had teaching experience at the University of Missouri where he served as a supplemental instructor in mathematics. Dr. Baruzzini is a member of the Institute for Nuclear Security (INS), the American Nuclear Society (ANS), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),and the Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
1] Baruzzini, M.L., L.I. Crabtree, and H.L. Hall. Nuclear Forensic Science Educational