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University of Wisconsin-Madison Master in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Master in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics

Madison, USA

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Sep 2023

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Introduction

The Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics graduate program offers curricula and research in neutronics, nuclear materials, systems, reactor safety and fuel cycles and in plasma confinement, applications, and fusion technology.

Facilities include an operating fission reactor, high-temperature thermal-hydraulics systems, the world’s most compact tokamak plasma experiment, and particle accelerators. Nuclear and plasma theory encompass analytical methods and parallel numerical computation.

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