Richard R. Brey, Ph.D., C.H.P. - Professor of Health Physics, Professor and Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics
Dr. Richard Brey received his Ph.D. from Purdue University in Health Physics in 1994. He was the recipient of the Elda E. Anderson award in 2002. He has engaged in a wide variety of research including internal dosimetry; in which he has engaged in various collaborative efforts including the evaluation of historical exposures, evaluation of animal experimental data, and redefining/ evaluating radioactive material translocation models. Since 1995 he has been the director of an environmental radioanalytical laboratory which performs approximately 1,200 sample analyses per quarter.
Dunzik-Gougar, Mary Lou Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics
Dr. Dunzik-Gougar received her Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University in 2003. Her research interests include the nuclear fuel cycle, systems modeling, spent fuel processing, and waste form development.
Imel, George Ph.D. - Professor, Founding Dean, College of Science and Engineering
Dr. Imel received his Ph. D. from the Pennsylvania State University in Nuclear Engineering in 1977. His research interests include sodium fast reactor development, uncertainty propagation in reactor experiments, and development of new techniques in support of advanced nuclear systems.
Kunze, Jay Ph.D. - Emeritus Professor
Dr. Kunze received his Ph. D. in Nuclear Physicis from Carnegie Mellon University-Pittsburg in 1959. His research interests include underground siting of nuclear power plant parks, the health effects of low level radiation, laser isotope enrichment of medical and industrial isotopes, and reactor designs with high burn up capability and long time between refueling.
Gesell, Thomas PhD - Dr. Gesell received his MS and PhD degrees in physics (health physics emphasis) from the University of Tennessee in 1968 and 1971 respectively. His interests include dosimetry and environmental radiation, including radon.
Dr. Eric Burgett, Associate Professor
Dr. Burgett received his Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2010 in Nuclear Engineering, his M.S. from Georgia Tech in 2008. He received the H. Wade Parker award in Accelerator Applications in Health Physics. His research interests include radiation detector design, development, and fabrication, neutron and gamma spectroscopy, homeland security and nuclear safeguards.
Harris, Jason PhD - Associate Professor
Dr. Harris received his Ph. D. from Purdue University in Health Physics in 2007 and an M.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in nuclear engineering in 2002. His research interests include nuclear power reactor and environmental health physics (ALARA, occupational exposure and public exposure due to routine and accidental releases) and accelerator applications.
Lineberry, Michael Ph.D. - Director of the INSE, Research Professor
Dr. Lineberry received his Ph.D. in Engineering Science and Physics from the California Institute of Technology in 1972. His research interests include the nuclear fuel cycle and sodium-cooled fast reactor physics and design.
Tabatadze, George Ph.D. - Visiting Assistant Professor
Dr. Tabatadze received his Ph. D. from Idaho State University in Applied Physics (Health Physics emphasis) in 2012 and an M.S. from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in Health Physics in 2007. His research interests include: Internal/external/micro dosimetry, radiation transport simulations, environmental radiation monitoring, and nuclear instrumentation.
Gansauge, Todd M.S. - Assistant Lecturer
Mr. Gansuage graduated from University of Utah in 1990 with a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering. His research interests include Nuclear Engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Surveying and Geographical Position Systems. He is a licensed Professional Engineer.
Mr. Kevin Claver – Senior Laboratory Supervisor, Environmental Assessment Laboratory
Mr. Claver received his B.S. in Physics with emphasis in Health Physics from Idaho State University. Currently he supervises the daily operations of the Environmental Assessment Laboratory (EAL). His interests include environmental radiation and radionuclide metrology.
Mr. Roy Dunker – Laboratory Supervisor, Environmental Monitoring Laboratory
Mr. Roy Dunker graduated from Idaho State University in 1998 with a M.S. in Physics with Health Physics Emphasis. He received a B.A. in Physics from Idaho State University in 1991. His research interests are radionuclide metrology and low level radionuclide measurements of the environment.
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