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immediate. For this reason, I strongly advise and encourage undergraduates to do research and offer them the opportunity to work with me, if they so desire.
1. “QAD-CGGP: A combinatorial geometry version of QAD-PSA”, RSIC-ORNL- CCC-493; Oak Ridge, TN , March 1989. 2. “DOT-IV, a 2-D discrete ordinates transport code with space-dependent mesh and quadratures”, ORNL/TM-6529 (1978). 3. “TORT, a 3-D discrete ordinance code”, ORNL-RSIC-CCC-543 (1991). 4. “Engineering compendium on radiation shielding”, V. I, R. G. Jaeger Editor, Springer-Verlag, p. 230, New York (1968). 5. Dose calculation for contamination of the skin using the code VARSKIN”, NUREG/CR-4418 (PNL-5610), Pacific Northwest Lab (1987).
Nicholas Tsoulfanidis is Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Assistant Dean for research in the School of Mines and Metallurgy at the University of Missouri-Rolla. He is the author or co-author of two texts and of many technical papers. His research areas are Radiation protection/Health Physics, Nuclear Fuel Cycle, and Radioactive Waste Management. Starting in June 1997 he assumes the duties of Editor of Nuclear Technology.
Tsoulfanidis, N. (1997, June), The Benefits Of The Undergraduate Research Experience Paper presented at 1997 Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. https://peer.asee.org/6435
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