Welcome to the Radiation Center. Home of the Nuclear Engineering, Radiation Health Physics Department. Faculty Members. Faculty. Kathryn A. Higley Professor, Dept. Head. Andrew C. Klien Professor. Wade Marcum Assistant Professor. David M. Hamby Professor. Abi T. Farsoni
Home of the Nuclear Engineering, Radiation Health Physics Department
Kathryn A. Higley
Professor, Dept. Head
Andrew C. Klien
David M. Hamby
Abi T. Farsoni
Todd S. Palmer
Radiation Center Director
Jose N. Reyes
on leave of absence
Senior Research Faculty
Graduate Student Liaison
Public Info. Specialist
Undergraduate Head Advisor
NERHP Social Media
OSU Nuclear Engineering & Radiation Health Physics
Peeking at Peak Oil
KjellAleklett is Professor of Physics at Uppsala University, Sweden
KjellAleklett is Professor of Physics at Uppsala University, Sweden, and leader of Global Energy Systems research and the Uppsala Hydrocarbon Depletion Study Group. He holds a doctorate degree from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and worked as a post-doctoral staff scientist, 1977-85, at the Natural Science Laboratory at Studsvik, Sweden. In 1986 he was appointed as associate professor at Uppsala University and later as full professor. In 1978-79. In 1983, he was invited to work with Nobel Prize winner Glenn T. Seaborg, Lawrence Berkley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA. His interest in the global energy situation started in 1995 and has since then grown dramatically.
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