Mattingly wins NNSA grant to characterize SNM

Prof. Mattingly, the RADIANS team lead, was awarded a $900,000 grant by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation R&D to develop a new toolkit for the characterization of special nuclear material (SMN).

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Prof. Mattingly’s research is supported by NCSU graduate students Garrett Dean and Sean O’Brien, postdoctoral scholar Todd Evans, research associate Jun Li, and Dave Anderson.¬† Their work will enable detailed characterization of SNM properties from neutron and gamma measurements.