US DOE awards funding via NEUP for UW-Madison engineers

The U.S. Department of Energy recently awarded more than USD28.5 M through its Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) to support university-led nuclear energy research and development projects, including a total of about USD1.6 M in grants for UW-Madison engineers.

NEUP seeks to maintain U.S. leadership in nuclear research across the country by providing top science and engineering faculty and their students with opportunities to develop innovative technologies and solutions for civil nuclear capabilities.

These new capabilities will complement UW-Madison’s high-throughput, high-entropy alloys manufacturing capabilities with high-speed/high-volume material characterization and ion irradiation tools, which will accelerate the development and implementation of high-entropy alloys in nuclear applications.

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