Radiation Safety & Environment research is a branch of nuclear engineering/science concerned with the application of interaction between the Nuclear Engineering, science and environment technology.
The research areas of our group includes environmental radiation monitoring, environmental impact assessment around nuclear facilities, fuel cycle policy, spent fuel management,radioactive waste treatment/disposal technology, performance assessment of waste disposal sites and so forth.
- Dr . Philip Beeley
- Dr. Yacine Addad
- Dr. Marouane Taemimi
- Dr. Sasi Stephen
- Dr. Kean Wang
- Dr. Mariam Alshehi
The team’s research is focused on the following areas:
- Dispersion of radionuclides and elements in the atmospheric, marine and terrestrial environments
- Measurement of radionuclides in the atmospheric, marine and terrestrial environment
- Spent Fuel management
- Nuclear waste options for low level (LLW), intermediate level (ILW) and high level (HLW) waste.
- Al Dhaheri, P.A. Beeley, S. Stephen and A.E. Pillay, Kinetics of Metal Leaching In Urban Soils – A Study Using Hybrid Plasma Mass Spectrometry, Proceedings of 2019 International Conference on Environment, Chemistry and Biology, Paris, France, 19-21 November, 2019
- Semioshkina, G. Voigt, I. Fiedler, F. N. Semioshkina and F. M. Wagner, Data Base of Soil -to -Plant Transfer Under Arid Conditions , Interim Joint Meeting Report of MODARIA II Working Group 4 Subgroup 3 on Transfer Parameters in Non-Temperate Systems and IUR Task group on radioecology of arid environment, CNESTEN, Rabat, Morocco, 24 –26 June 2019. (NOTE: N.Semioshkina is a member of NTC Theme 3 as a consultant)
- Mouza Al Zaabi, A new standard method of gamma isotopic analysis for date palm fruit & other topics of natural radioactivity in the UAE, Environmental Laboratory, Radiation Safety Department, Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, UAE, MODARIA-II Meeting, Vienna, 21-24 October 2019. (Mouza is a FANR employee who uses our Environmental Radiation Laboratory)
- Marouane Temimi and Yacine Addad, Numerical Modelling of Radionuclides Dispersion in the UAE Environment (the “MORAD Project”), Progress Report to the Federal Authority of Nuclear Regulation, 16 December 2019.