Professor Wade Marcum’s Research Group focuses on the fundamental understanding of a variety of thermal hydraulic phenomenological areas centered on fluid-structure interactions, natural circulation, reactor safety, flow induced vibration, and advanced reactor design. Members within the group seek to further understand these phenomena from both an experimental and theoretical perspective. Marcum’s group is a multidisciplinary research collective of students and staff who come from within the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, and Materials Science program. The group actively interacts with federal, national laboratory, industry, and academic partners to yield high impact research.
Front row left to right: Austin Warren, Brian Kim, Juwan Johnson, Griffen Latimer, Cole Evered Alex Duenas
Second row left to right: Robert Powers, Wade Marcum, Musa Moussaoui, Dakota Kartman, Yikuan Yan
Third row left to right: Kevin Le, Salem Sharaf, Tsung-Wen Chen, Will Hull, Angelo Camargo, Triston Winkle
Fourth row left to right: Sean O’Brien, Anton Higgins, Silvino Balderrama, Guillaume Mignot, Evan Sullivan
Fifth row: Dan LaBrier