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Recent Events
UNM-ISNPS makes a strong presence at national meeting
Masters Graduation - Raymond Fasano
8/31/2019 writes about ISNPS's SLIMM and VSLLIM reactor concepts
ISNPS research highlighted at Cybersecurity Research Spotlight Forum
Physical Location:
Ferris Engineering Center
Room 1120

Mailing Address:
Institute for Space & Nuclear Power Studies
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 505.277.5442
Fax: 505.277.5433

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Raymond Fasano

Raymond Fasano

Research Scholar, Nuclear Engineering University of New Mexico
Sandia National Laboratory
Research Topic: Cybersecurity of nuclear power plants


  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University, May 2018
  • M.S. Nuclear Engineering, University of New Mexico, December 2019

Research Projects

Ray Fasano is a Sandia National Laboratory affiliate researcher and University of New Mexico (UNM) graduate student in the nuclear engineering department. Ray received his bachelors of science from Tufts University in mechanical engineering and his masters of science in nuclear engineering from UNM. Currently Ray's research is focused in the cyber security of digital control systems for nuclear power plants and more generally critical infrastructure using novel modeling and simulation techniques. SNL is working in collaboration with the Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies at UNM on the NicSim NEUP project with Prof. El Genk as the principle investigator.



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