People

NSI Membership List

Marvin Adams

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: mladams@tamu.edu

Research interests include computational science and engineering.

Relevant centers include CLASS and NSSPI.

Jonathan D. Burns

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: burns.jon@tamu.edu

Research interests include radiochemistry and actinide chemistry.

Relevant centers include the Science center.

Has received DOE grants.

Publications include: 

Interdisciplinary work at Texas A&M on At-211 Production from 2019 to current; on the Sigma Team for Advance Actinide Recycle, Fuel Cycle Research and Development program with the Office of Nuclear Energy, U.S. Department of Energy from 2014 to 2018; worked on research and development for the production of thin film high activity fission fragment sources for Californium Rare Isotope Breeder Upgrade (CARIBU) for Argonne National Lab’s ATLAS Accelerator from 2015 to 2016; and worked on the Plutonium-238 Production Project from 2014 to 2016.

Suni S. Chirayath

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: sunilsc@tamu.edu

Research interests include nuclear security and nonproliferation.

Relevant centers include the TAMU-TEES Center for Nuclear Security Science and Policy Initiatives (NSSPI).

Has received DOE-NNSA and USDOS grants.

Publications include:

Has done interdisciplinary research projects with Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute, Political Science Department, Nuclear Engineering Department, the George Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Shaheen Dewji

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: sdewji@tamu.edu

Research interests include radiation protection, dosimetry, detection, and safeguards.

Relevant centers include the TAMU-TEES Center for Nuclear Security Science and Policy Initiatives (NSSPI).

Publications include:

Has 9 years of research experience at Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Nuclear Security Modeling Group, Safeguards and Security Technology Group, and Center for Radiation Protection Knowledge; and has worked with TAMU Faculty Fellow: NSSPI.

Charles M. Folden III

Department: Chemistry

Email: Folden@comp.tamu.edu

Research interests include  nuclear chemistry, radiochemistry, and nuclear forensics.

Pasquale Fernando Fulvio

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: pfulvio@tamu.edu

Research interests include materials chemistry and physics.

Publications include:

Involved in bringing center funding during previous job, advised undergraduate and graduate students working on materials chemistry applied to energy storage, carbon capture, and biomedical applications. At TAMU: co-mentoring students in biomedical uses of porous composite materials, radiation detection and working to reactivate a Van de Graaff generator in BIOAG.

Francois Gabbai

Department: Chemistry

Email: francois@tamu.edu

Research interests include inorganic chemistry.

Has received NSF and Welch Foundation grants.

Publications include:

Interdisciplinary work includes the development of RDF proposals, and  submission of joint NSF and NIH grants (no center grants).

Carl Gagliardi

Department: Physics & Astronomy

Email: cggroup@comp.tamu.edu

Research interests include experimental nuclear physics.

Relevant institutions include the Cyclotron Institute.

Jeremy Holt
Peter Kuchment

Department: Mathematics

Email: kuchment@math.tamu.edu

Research interests include inverse problems with applications to medical nuclear imaging and homeland security.

Relevant centers and institutions include CENTAUR, Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, and the Institute of Data Science.

Has received NSF grants.

Publications include:

  • monographs on medical imaging, quantum graphs with applications, and partial differential equations

Has joint research with Nuclear Engineering, Cyclotron Institute, Biomedical Engineering, and Statistics Departments.

Craig M Marianno
Lauren McIntosh

Department: Cyclotron Institute

Email: lheilborn@comp.tamu.edu

Research interests include nuclear chemistry.

Michael Nippe

Department: Chemistry

Email: nippe@tamu.edu

Research interests include inorganic chemistry.

Shikha Prasad

Department: Nuclear Engineering

Email: shikhap@tamu.edu

Research interests include neutron detection.

Relevant centers include the TAMU-TEES Center for Nuclear Security Science and Policy Initiatives (NSSPI).

Grigory Rogachev

Department: Physics & Astronomy

Email: rogachev@tamu.edu

Research interests include low energy nuclear physics and astrophysics.

Andrew L. Ross

Department: International Affairs

Email: alross@tamu.edu

Research interests include nuclear weapons policy, strategy, and forces.

Relevant institutions includes the Energy Institute.

Relevant centers and institutions include the Center for Grand Strategy, and the Institute for Science, Technology & Public Policy.

Has received DTRA, LANL, LLNL, and SNL grants.

Emile Schweikert

Department: Chemistry

Email: e-schweikert@tamu.edu

Research interests include nanoscale mass spectrometry, methodologies and instrument innovation for nano-analysis.

Relevant centers include the Center for Chemical Characterization and Analysis.

Has received a NIH R01 grant.

Publications include:

Collaborations with A. Revzin, Mayo Clinic; S. Della-Negra, Nuclear Physics Institute Orsay; and K. Wooley, Texas A&M.

Shalom Shlomo
Evgeny Tereshatov
Bryan E. Tomlin
Sherry Yennello

Department: Chemistry

Email: yennello@comp.tamu.edu

Research interests include nuclear reactions and isotope production.

Relevant institutions include the Cyclotron Institute.