The DOE-FIU Science and Technology Workforce Development Program is an innovative program between the U.S. DOE-EM and FIU-ARC.
FIU-ARC performs sponsored research in the areas of cyberspace architectures, multi-agent systems, visualization concepts, cyber resilience, reliability, efficiency...
The FIU Nuclear Research Program consists of over 30 researchers from 6 academic departments in 3 colleges and FIU-ARC under the Division of Research.
FIU-ARC is committed to seeking out and spreading powerful ideas through various speaking events where distinguished speaker share their research.
“Development of Robotic Inspection Tools for the AY-102 Double-Shell Tank” by Anthony Abrahao, M.S. October 2, 2015 | 3:00 PM | FIU Engineering Campus | Room EC 2300 In August of 2012, traces of waste were found in the annulus of the AY-102 double-shell tank storing radioactive waste at the Hanford Site, prompting the need for developing inspection tools that can identify the cause and location of the leak. To help in...Continue Reading More News