Adam Dix receives Early-career Graduate Reserach Award and Graduate School Outstanding Service Scholarship

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Adam Dix, a graduate student in the School of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University and member of TRSL, has been awarded the Early-career Graduate Research Award from the School of Nuclear Engineering. One award is given annually to a Nuclear Engineering Student based on research accomplishments (such as peer-reviewed journal publications/presentations & awards) in the first two years (for M.S.) or three years (Ph.D.) of their degree.

Adam also recieved Outstanding Student Service Scholarship from the Graduate School. The scholarship is designed to recognize outstanding service to the graduate student community, the School of Nuclear Engineering, and the College of Engineering.

Seungjin Kim
Seungjin Kim
Capt. James McCarthy, Jr. and Cheryl E. McCarthy Head and Professor of Nuclear Engineering

My interests include thermal-hydraulics, reactor safety, two-phase flow experiments and instrumentation, interfacial area tranport modeling.