Paul P.H. Wilson

Department Chair and Grainger Professor of Nuclear Engineering, Engineering Physics

College of Engineering

Paul Wilson is the Grainger Professor of Nuclear Engineering in the University of Wisconsin–Madison‘s Department of Engineering Physics. His research interests focus on developing improved tools for computational modeling of complex nuclear energy systems, with applications in radiation shielding, nuclear waste management, nuclear non-proliferation and energy policy. Paul currently serves as the Chair of the Energy Analysis and Policy Graduate Certificate and on the Governance Committee of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.

  • Monte Carlo methods
  • Nuclear fuel cycles
  • Energy policy
  • Proliferation analysis
  • Transmutation/depletion/activation