Alumnus José Reyes gives Mpact lecture to faculty and students

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Alumnus José Reyes (MS Nuclear Engineering '84, PhD Nuclear Engineering '86) gave an Mpact Lecture for UMD faculty and students. Dr. Reyes, who is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at NuScale Power, presented on "An Innovative Energy Solution for a Carbon Constrained World."

Dr. José N. Reyes, Jr., P.E. received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Maryland. He is the Co-founder and CTO of NuScale Power and is a co-inventor of the NuScale small modular reactor with over 110 patents granted or pending in 20 countries. Dr. Reyes is an expert on nuclear plant scaling, passive safety, and testing. At Oregon State University, Dr. Reyes served as head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering and is now a Professor Emeritus. He was the OSU principal investigator for the Westinghouse AP600 and AP1000 design certification test programs. Dr. Reyes is an ANS Fellow and Member of the National Academy of Engineering.

Click here to view a recording of Dr. Reyes' Mpact Lecture.

The Mpact Lecture Series is sponsored by the A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation. 

Published November 19, 2019