Weicheng Zhong is a research associate in Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
His research focuses on the alloy development and radiation damage assessment
by investigating the processing – microstructure – property relationship of
ferritic – martensitic steels, tungsten alloys and austenitic alloys. He
specializes in using advanced tools of electron microscopy and thermal
desorption spectroscopy to develop next generation materials and to advance
mechanistic understanding of mechanical degradation in reactor environments.
|RTE 2nd Call Awards Announced - Projects total approximately $1.6 million These project awards went to principal investigators from 26 U.S. universities, eight national laboratories, two British universities, and one Canadian laboratory. Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - Calls and Awards|
|DOE Awards 37 RTE Proposals - Awarded projects total nearly $1.4M in access awards Tuesday, July 14, 2020 - News Release, Calls and Awards|
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