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Osman Anderoglu

Osman Anderoglu

Assistant Professor Nuclear Engineering, University of New Mexico

1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: 505.277.0667

Dr Anderoglu joined the University of New Mexico as an assistant professor in Aug 2016. Prior to that, Dr Anderoglu was a technical staff member in the Materials Science and Technology Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. His current major research interests center on advanced materials development for nuclear applications including space nuclear power, advanced manufacturing and characterization techniques, radiation damage in materials and structure-property relations.

He has worked on the development and qualification of advanced ferritic FeCrAl alloys for accident tolerant fuel systems and Ni based alloys for nuclear applications such as spallation environments and heat pipes for space nuclear power. His current research topics include investigation of fundamental aspects such as phase stability and structure of the metal-oxide interface and engineering problems such as thin walled tube forming using advanced manufacturing techniques such as electrically assisted forming. In addition, his group has been working on alloy development and testing for very high dose and temperature applications for extreme environments using innovative manufacturing techniques including accumulative role bonding. His group is also establishing a remote control mechanical testing lab for hot materials at the UNM. Dr. Anderoglu is the author/co-author of over 35 peer reviewed publications, 1 book chapter and more than 10 technical reports.

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