UCBerkeley: Nuclear Engineering 101

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Here’s another great course from UC Berkeley. Nuclear Engineering 101 covers the basics of nuclear physics putting emphasis on applications. The topics covered, among others, include: nuclear reactions and radiation, energy and kinetics of nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, reactions of low energy neutrons, nuclear models and transition probabilities and interaction of radiation with matter.

The course is delivered by Prof. Eric B. Norman, who works at the department of nuclear engineering. Prof. Norman has performed research in homeland security, neutrino physics, and nuclear astrophysics. He is also a co-discover of 4 isotopes.

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