Department of Physics and Astronomy

Undergraduate projects in applied nuclear physics

The following undergraduate projects are currently available at the division of applied nuclear physics. Contact the person associated with each project for more information.

Gen IV reactors and the transmutation of nuclear waste

Constact
Henrik Sjöstrand


Safety in spent nuclear fuel storage

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


Optimization and reimplementation of data reduction
routines

Contact
Jacob Eriksson or Erik Andersson Sundén


Time alignment of neutron detector pairs at JET

Contact
Jacob Eriksson or Erik Andersson Sundén


Implementation of an energy calibration procedure
for TOFOR using a LASER light source

Contact
Matthias Weiszflog or Erik Andersson Sundén


Characterization of cerium-doped lanthanum-bromide detector for prompt

Transmutation of 232Th into 233U at SwissFel

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


Characterization of cerium-doped lanthanum-bromide detector for prompt fission gamma-ray measurements

Contact
Ali Al-Adili


Feasibility study of neutron generator assisted gamma emission tomography system for the OECD Halden Reactor Project

Contact
Peter Andersson


Simulation study of nuclear fuel inspection using gamma emission tomography

Contact
Peter Andersson


Thermal neutron radiography at NESSA. 

Contact
Peter Andersson


Development of a detector system for commissioning of the NFS neutron facility and studies of neutron-induced fission. 

Contact
Alexander Prokofiev and Diego Tarrío​


Charge exchange of highly charged ions in helium gas.

Contact
Andreas Solders


Setting up a trap experiment for g-factor measurements.

Contact
Andreas Solders


Testing a detector setup for x-ray analysis with particle beams.

Contact
Daniel Primetzhofer


Non-destructive hydrogen profiling on the nm scale with ion beams

Contact
Daniel Primetzhofer


Detektion av kärnvapenexplosioner 

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


New Zr data libraries for Serpent criticality calculations

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand