Dr. Tatjana Jevremovic

Tatjana Jevremovic

Endowed Professor in Energy Solutions


Nuclear Engineering Program

Ph.D., 1993, The Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan


Office 2298 MEB
Phone 801.587.9696
Fax 801.585.5477
Email tatjana.jevremovic@utah.edu
Curriculum Vitae Available by request
Website faculty.utah.edu/u0677263

Biography

Tatjana Jevremovic earned her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and her Doctorate degree from the University of Tokyo, Japan. She was with industry in Belgrade (Energorpojekt Co) and Japan (Nuclear Fuel Industries, Ltd), and in academia with the University of Tokyo and Purdue University prior to joining the University of Utah in 2009. She has published a book, Nuclear Principles in Engineering (by Springer with first edition in 2005 and second edition in 2009) and she has published nearly 100 journal and conference papers. She has been invited to give seminars to present her research on novel methods in cancer treatment specifically breast cancer, computational methodologies in neutron transport, radiation doses in space exploration, and advancement in special nuclear material detections, as well as educational methods in teaching abstract concept in reactor physics and radiation transport, in Europe, Asia, North and South America.


Research Interests

New computational methodologies for neutron transport in complex geometries (AGENT code); 3D technologies; FPGA acceleration Binary radiation targeted therapies in cancer treatment and BNCT for breast cancer
Detection of special nuclear materials Innovative approaches in teaching abstract concepts in reactor physics