Organization: Department Managers
Dr. Temitope Taiwo
Dr. Temitope Taiwo
Temitope Taiwo is the Department Manager for Nuclear Systems Analysis. In this capacity he is responsible for the supervision of research groups working on reactor physics analysis, advanced modeling and simulation, fuel cycle and systems dynamics modeling, criticality safety, and nuclear data.
He has worked in the nuclear industry, research laboratory, and U.S. government in the areas of nuclear reactor design, methods development, and analysis. He has been at Argonne since 1990 and in that time developed computational tools and methods and performed analysis of nuclear energy systems, including fast and thermal reactors. During 1995 to 1996, he performed assessments of international nuclear security and non-proliferation issues for the U.S. Government. Prior to employment at Argonne, he worked as a nuclear reactor analyst at the Northeast Utilities in Connecticut, where he was part of the code development and reactor analysis team. He developed nuclear analysis computer models and methods in support of Light-Water-Reactor core reloads, and designed and analyzed reload cycles.
Temitope has a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985. He also holds a B.Sc in Engineering Physics (Nuclear Option) from the University of Ife, Nigeria, 1980.
In the Press
- Thorium: Better than uranium for nuclear power? — Temitope Taiwo shared his views about Thorium as nuclear fuel during a radio interview with Viewpoints radio magazine. To listen to the podcast follow the link and then choose “Thorium: Better than uranium for nuclear power? (May 22, 2011)” from the list of archived podcasts. (May 22, 2011)
- Q&A: Nuclear Power Expert Explains Japan's Crisis — Temitope Taiwo interviewed by Live Science (Mar. 14, 2011)
Conferences / Workshops
- San Francisco, April 6-7, 2011 — First
Workshop on Nuclear Fuel Cycle Simulator
The workshop will be used to develop attributes of a next-generation nuclear fuel cycle simulation tool
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