My name is Juliusz Kruszelnicki. I am a graduate student in Prof. Mark Kushner's group at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. My current expected Ph. D. graduation date is spring 2020. I received my B. Sc. degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Florida in 2015.
My research interests lie in computational solutions to complex physical systems. Currently, I am studying low-temperature plasma chemical systems, including plasma catalysis and plasma-liquid interactions.
Prior experiences include x-ray/solid matter interactions, safety and failure analysis of nuclear systems, plasma/EM wave interactions, thermal and neutronic analysis of composite and annular nuclear fuels, and plasma discharges in complex geometries. I work primarily on Fortran codes, but have experience with C++, Matlab, Mathematica, MCNP (X,5,6), MicroShield, SIMULATE3, CASMO4e, SCALE, ABAQUS, AutoCAD, and EES.