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Mosleh Elected Fellow of the American Nuclear Society

Mosleh Elected Fellow of the American Nuclear Society

Professor Ali Mosleh
Professor Ali Mosleh

Professor Ali Mosleh has been elected as a fellow of the American Nuclear Society, a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and understanding of the application of nuclear science and technology.

The membership grade of fellow is the highest awarded at the American Nuclear Society and is given to senior members for outstanding accomplishment in an area of nuclear science and engineering.

Mosleh will receive the award for his contributions to the theory and practice of probabilistic risk assessment and reliability engineering. He will receive a certificate to recognize this honor at the American Nuclear Society’s Annual Meeting held June 16 - 20.

For more information about Mosleh, visit his faculty webpage.

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June 10, 2013


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