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To efficiently capture the energy of the nuclear bond, advanced nuclear reactor concepts aim to use fuels that must withstand unprecedented temperature and radiation extremes. In these advanced fuels, thermal energy transport under irradiation is directly related to reactor efficiency and safety, and is arguably one of the most important material properties.

The Center for Thermal Energy Transport under Irradiation (TETI) brings together an internationally recognized, multi-institutional team of experimentalists and computational materials theorists to develop a comprehensive, atom-to-mesoscale understanding of phonon and electron transport in advanced nuclear fuels. 

Highlight - Amrita Sen awarded Department of Energy 
Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Fellowship


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Mission Statement

To provide the foundational work necessary to accurately model and ultimately control electron- and phonon-mediated thermal transport in 5f-electron materials in extreme irradiation environments.

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News and Events

  • MiNES2021: Materials in Nuclear ​Energy Systems, November 8 - 12, 2021, ​Pittsburgh, PA

  • ​2021 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, November 29 - December 2, 2021 (Boston), December 6 - 8, 2021 (Virtual)

  • TMS 2022 Annual Meeting​ & Exhibition, February 27 - ​March 3, 2022​, Anaheim, CA



Contact:David.Hurley@inl.gov, (208) 526-3665