Buck O'Day recieved his Ph.D. in Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT while working in LNSP on low-dose active interrogation of shielded cargo. Buck is a career Army officer with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from West Point, a Master's of International Management from the University of Maryland, and an M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Taylor Baldwin received his S.M. degree from the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT. He completed his B.S. at Valparaiso University where he studied electrical engineering and worked on qauantum-dot cellular automata. At LNSP he studied the proliferation implications of condensation-supression laser isotope separation.
Jill Rahon received her S.M. degree from the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT in 2016. She studied the detection of shielded radiation sources. She previously earned a B.S. in International Strategy from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and served as an Aviation officer in United States Army, previously commanding an Air Assault helicopter company and flying CH-47D/F helicopters in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Mareena Robinson-Snowden received her Ph.D. from the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT in 2017. Her work focused on the development of radiation detectors for passive warhead-dismantlement verification. Whilte at MIT, she was the recipient of the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Stockpile Stewardship Graduate Fellowship.
Aditi Verma received her Ph.D. from the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, where she also earned her undergraduate degree. Her doctoral research focused the culture of nuclear-reactor designers and design method.