The nuclear engineering program (NEP) at Virginia Tech is a multi-disciplinary program with activities in nuclear power, nuclear nonproliferation and security, radiation therapy and diagnostics, and nuclear policy. NEP offers degrees at two campuses including Blacksburg and National Capital Region (NCR).
NCR 's activities are consolidated under the Nuclear Science and Engineering Laboratory (NSEL).
Doctorate Program (Ph.D)
Students can register in the PhD Program at either Blacksburg or Greater Washington DC Area Campus. For a quick review of the PhD Program,…
Master of Science (M.S.)
Students can register in the M.S. Program at either Blacksburg or Greater Washington DC Area Campus. For a quick review of the M.S.…
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
The M.Eng. degree requires completing a 30-credit-hour program subject to the following requirements. A cumulative GPA of 3.0…
Virginia Tech Transport Theory Group (VT3G)
The Virginia Tech Transport Theory Group (VT3G), led by Dr. Alireza Haghighat, is engaged in the development of hybrid,…
Multi-phase Flow and Thermal-hydraulics Lab (MFTL)
The laboratory, led by Dr. Yang Liu performs experimental and computational studies on various multiphase flow and…
Nuclear Materials and Fuel Cycle Center (NMFC)
The Nuclear Materials and Fuel Cycle Center (NMFC) is one of the key research laboratories of the Nuclear Engineering…
Computational and Experimental Laboratory for Heterostructures and Interfaces in Nanomaterials
This laboratory is directed by Dr. Celine Hin. To learn more about activities of this laboratory, click here.
Events & News
April 29, 2022
Prof. Emily Liu, Head of Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, RPI, will give a talk entitled "Advancing Neutron Scattering to Explore Nano-scale Physics in Energy Systems," on Friday, April 29, at 10:10 am
April 08, 2022
Dr. Marisa Monreal, Research Scientist, Los Alamos National Lab, will give a talk entitled "Actinide-Molten Salt Research at LANL," on Friday, April 8, at 10:10 am
April 01, 2022
Ms. Rose Montgomery, leader, Used Fuel and Nuclear Material Disposition group, ORNL, will give a talk, entitled "Nuclear: A Clean Energy Option," on Friday, April 1, at 10:10 am.