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MS-NE 2006; Sabbir Ahmed, graduated from the SMART Lab with a Master's degree in the fall of 2006.
His research involved the development backprojection methods to determine
the real-time fuel power density in the KSU TRIGA reactor core as a function
of MPFD signals. Having also acquired a Ph.D. elsewhere, Sabbir has taken
a research post-doctoral position at the University of Heidelburg in Germany.
Advisor: J. Kenneth Shultis
Sabbir Ahmed models the micropocket fission detectors (MPFD) with MCNP.