People

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Katy Huff

Katy Huff

Assistant Professor

Katy is the director of the Advanced Reactors and Fuel Cycles group at Illinois.

Andrei Rykhlevskii

Andrei Rykhlevskii

Graduate Research Assistant

Andrei is a UIUC PhD student who interested in coupled neutronics/thermal-hydraulics modeling for advanced nuclear reactors.

Jin Whan Bae

Jin Whan Bae

Graduate Research Assistant

Jin Whan Bae is a PhD student interested in fuel cycles and repository simulation.

Mark Kamuda

Mark Kamuda

Graduate Research Assistant

Mark Kamuda is a PhD student working on machine learning applications to automate isotope identification.

Sun Myung Park

Sun Myung Park

Graduate Research Assistant

Sun Myung Park is a PhD student embarking on his nuclear engineering journey.

Gwendolyn Chee

Gwendolyn Chee

Graduate Research Assistant

Gwendolyn Chee is a Masters Student interested in fuel cycle simulations.

Anshuman Chaube

Anshuman Chaube

Graduate Researcher

Ansh is a graduate student interested in mutiphysics simulations of advanced fission reactors.

Greg Westphal

Greg Westphal

Graduate Researcher

Greg is a Masters Student interested in signatures and observables in the nuclear fuel cycle.

Roberto Fairhurst Agosta

Roberto Fairhurst Agosta

Graduate Research Assistant

Roberto is a Masters Student interested in mutiphysics simulations of advanced fission reactors.

Louis Kissinger

Louis Kissinger

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Louis Kissinger is an undergraduate student interested in fuel cycles and repository simulation.

Tyler Kennelly

Tyler Kennelly

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Tyler is an undergraduate student interested in nuclear reactor physics computation.

Zoe Richter

Zoe Richter

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Zoe is an undergraduate student with an interest in fuel cycles and nonproliferation.

Matthew Koziol

Matthew Koziol

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Matthew is an undergraduate student at the University of Illinois--Urbana Champaign, interested in nuclear physics computation and data science.

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Group Member

Ideal ARFC group members seek to advance nuclear energy challenges through advanced computing, physics-informed modeling, and sophisticated simulation