Radaideh, Majdi I. | Faculty
Computing and Energy | Nuclear Energy |
Prof. Majdi I. Radaideh (RAD) is an assistant professor at the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences. He leads the AIMS lab (Artificial Intelligence and Multiphysics Simulations), which focuses on the intersection between nuclear reactor design, multiphysics modeling and simulation, advanced computational methods, and machine learning algorithms to drive advanced reactor research and improve the sustainability of the current reactor fleet. Prof. RAD has extensive skills in the development and usage of nuclear codes, programming experience, parallel computing, software engineering, and machine learning algorithms. He completed his B.Sc. in nuclear engineering from the Jordan University of Science and Technology, M.S. and Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with two minors in computational science & engineering and applied statistics. After graduation, he held different R&D appointments at MIT and ORNL, where he completed his postdoctoral studies and collaborated with different national labs and industrial partners. Prof. RAD is the leading author of +30 journal articles, +60 research publications, has won +10 awards, and taught +5 classes.