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Nonproliferation

Nonproliferation is a multidisciplinary mission-oriented field, comprising both technology and policy.  Research in nonproliferation includes active and passive interrogation modalities for interdiction of trafficking in special nuclear materials (high resolution nuclear radiation detection and imaging, portable radiation sources, etc.); the development of new technologies and techniques for the IAEA safeguards regime, etc.  An important component of research in the Department concerns nuclear forensics, both pre- and post-detonation, emphasizing nuclear chemistry, mass spectrometry, and other state-of-art analytical capabilities.


Faculty

Faculty with research focus in this area:

Professor in the Graduate School
Email: 
EBNorman@lbl.gov
Office: 
4109 Etcheverry Hall
Phone: 
510-643-9984

Professor-in-Residence
Email: 
kvetter@berkeley.edu
kvetter@lbl.gov
Office: 
4171 Etcheverry Hall
Phone: 
510-642-7071
510-486-4293

Professor
Email: 
vujic@nuc.berkeley.edu
Office: 
4105 Etcheverry Hall
Phone: 
510-643-8085