Christine Marie Egnatuk
Nuclear and Chemical Sciences Division
Ph.D., Nuclear and Radiation Engineering Program, University of Texas at Austin, Mechanical Engineering Department
M.S.E., Nuclear and Radiation Engineering Program, University of Texas at Austin, Mechanical Engineering Department
B.S., The College of Wooster
Noble gas monitoring/investigation
Post-detonation nuclear forensics
Radioisotope production techniques.
Honors and Awards
Nuclear Nonproliferation International Safeguards Graduate Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security
Administration, Office of Nonproliferation and International Security, 2010-2012
Cockrell School of Engineering Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, 2009-2012
Cockrell School of Engineering Scholarship, The University of Texas at Austin, 2008-2009
Selected (Recent) Publications
, S.R. Biegalski, Radioargon production through the irradiation of calcium oxide, 2012, in preparation.
, Russia: Icebreaker Ships and Floating Reactors, The Challenge of Phasing out Highly Enriched Uranium, Ed. Alan Kuperman, 2013.
, Moving from Monitoring to Investigation: Radionuclide Detection during On-Site Inspections under the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty's Verification Regime, CSIS, NSI 2012, 156-165.