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.

Energy materials and particle accelerators

Contact
Marcos Moro


Energy deposited in material films by accelerated ions

Contact
Petter Ström


Ion-solid interaction and in-situ sample growth

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Radek Holenak


Experimental study of light element depth distribution in metals and alloys

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Vairavel Mathayan


In-situ growth and characterization of ultra-thin films for nanoelectronic applications

Contact
Tuan Tran


Model calibration using deterministic sampling

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


Simulations of detector response in nuclear fission experiments

Contact
Ali Al-Adili


Analysis of nuclear experiments for detector characterization

Contact
Ali Al-Adili


To investigate the fission products in an electric field using GEANT4

Contact
Zhihao Gao


BWR Fuel failure statistics – Westinghouse fuel

Contact
Christofer Willman


Characterize Ge-detectors for experiments on radio-active mushrooms

Contact
Cecilia Gustavsson


Gen IV reactors and the transmutation of nuclear waste

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


Safety in spent nuclear fuel storage

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand


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


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


New Zr data libraries for Serpent criticality calculations

Contact
Henrik Sjöstrand

Last modified: 2021-02-01