Gregory Moses

Professor

Engineering Physics

College of Engineering

​​Gregory Moses' research models and simulates inertial confinement fusion systems using principally radiation hydrodynamics. This research involves very large scale computing, numerical methods, mathematics, and underlying physics processes. He also works in the more general area of particle transport theory applied to neutrons and photons. Finally, Professor Moses conducts research in using computer resources (principally the internet) for educational purposes (higher education teaching and learning).

  • Nuclear reactor physics
  • Computational engr.
  • Radiation hydrodynamics
  • Technology enhanced learning
  • Fusion reactor design