Shah wins award for paper at 2014 INMM annual meeting

ShahManit Shah's paper titled "Simulation Analysis of Scintillation in a Nal Detector" was selected as the best student paper for the Nonproliferation and Arms Control Division of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) at their annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia in July. Shah is a Nuclear Engineering Ph.D. student working with NSSPI faculty member Dr. Craig Marianno and Dr. Sunil Khatri of the Texas A&M Department of Electric and Computer Engineering. His work investigates using a new type of integrated circuit as a replacement for photomultiplier tubes used for detection in interdiction scenarios.

In all, NSSPI students and staff members accounted for nine papers and one poster at the meeting.

Read more about Shah's research here.