Alexander Glaser, Princeton University

Associate Professor Princeton, New Jersey aglaser@princeton.edu Office: (609) 258-5692

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My work has focused on the technical aspects of nuclear-fuel-cycle technologies and policy questions related to nuclear energy and nuclear-weapon proliferation. I plan to continue research on these issues and to locate it in two important new contexts that have emerged only recently: 1) Proposals...

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Bio/Research

My work has focused on the technical aspects of nuclear-fuel-cycle technologies and policy questions related to nuclear energy and nuclear-weapon proliferation. I plan to continue research on these issues and to locate it in two important new contexts that have emerged only recently: 1) Proposals to increase reliance on nuclear energy, as part of the effort to mitigate climate change, and 2) Proposals to cut deeply the numbers of nuclear weapons and perhaps even eliminate them entirely. I intend to work on these issues with my current colleagues at the Program on Science and Global Security and on the International Panel on Fissile Materials. More importantly, I hope to develop new collaborations with faculty and researchers in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and to contribute to the work on international security and climate change at the Woodrow Wilson School and at the Princeton Environmental Institute.

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