The Applied Research Center (ARC) participated and contributed toward FIU’s first College of Engineering Research Day. The event was organized by the College of Engineering and student societies. This successful event took place on September 26, 2013 and brought together College of Engineering’s faculty, staff and students. ARC’s DOE Fellows and students presented a total of eight (8) posters showcasing the U.S. Department of Energy’s funded applied research. ARC’s DOE Fellows…

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DOE Fellows and ARC staff participate in FIU’s College of Engineering Research Day

FIU Research Day

Joshua Midence presenting his poster “Salt stone Processing Removal of High-Level Waste Plugs to FIU President Dr. Mark Rosenberg

The Applied Research Center (ARC) participated and contributed toward FIU’s first College of Engineering Research Day. The event was organized by the College of Engineering and student societies. This successful event took place on September 26, 2013 and brought together College of Engineering’s faculty, staff and students. ARC’s DOE Fellows and students presented a total of eight (8) posters showcasing the U.S. Department of Energy’s funded applied research. ARC’s DOE Fellows had the opportunity to meet and present their research to FIU’s President Dr. Mark Rosenberg who visited the Engineering Center and participated in this event.

List of posters presented:

  • Development of a Mechanical Based System for Dry Retrieval of Single Shell Tank Waste at Hanford -Ximena Prugue (DOE Fellow)
  • Peristaltic Crawler for Pipeline Removal of High-Level Waste Plugs – Gabriela Vazquez (DOE Fellow)
  • Salt stone Processing of Low-Level Waste at Savannah River Site – Joshua Midence (DOE Fellow)
  • D&D Technology Services Development using Windows Communication Foundation on Cloud – Revathy Venkataraman (DOE Fellow)
  • Investigation on Microbial Dissolution of Uranium (VI) from Autunite Mineral – Paola Sepulveda (DOE Fellow)
  • Residual Waste Detection in HLW Staging Tanks – Dayron Chigin (DOE Fellow)
  • Analysis of Life Expectancy for Waste Transfer Lines Located in SY-Farm at Hanford Site – Jennifer Arniella (DOE Fellow)

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