Xin Liu
News: *Graduate Research Assistantship are available for students who want to pursue a PhD degree.                      *Edward's abstract was accepted by ANS 2012 Winter Meeting. Congratulations!                      *Edward is one of the recipients of the NRC graduate student fellowship. Congratullations!
Short Bio I am an assistant professor of Nuclear Engineering at Missouri S&T (formerly the University of Missouri-Rolla). I received my PhD degree in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2003. During 2003-2006, I had my postdoctoral training at Argonne National Lab. I also worked at Mayo Clinic and GE Healthcare before I joined Missouri S&T.

Areas of Interest
  • Quantitative X-ray/Neutron Imaging, Advanced Imaging System Design, Image Processing.
  • Radiation Measurement and Spectroscopy.
  • Monte Carlo Simulation.
  • Nuclear Energy Systems.
  • Nuclear Well Logging.



This video shows the time resolved x-ray radiography of a gasoline spray from a multi-hole nozzle. The size of each nozzle hole is around 300 micrometer. The total duration of this spray is about 1 millisecond.
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