United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Jeremy Renshaw

Dr. Jeremy Renshaw is a Senior Technical Leader at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). He joined EPRI in 2012, focusing on nondestructive evaluation (NDE) of nuclear components.

Dr. Renshaw's work is focused on NDE of nuclear fuel assemblies, dry storage canisters, concrete structures, one-time inspections, containment liners, and advanced NDE methods. He has experience with ultrasound, eddy current, thermography, terahertz, microwave, mm-wave, muon imaging, and acoustic emission testing as well as experience with NDE modeling and simulation as well as motion control systems and robotic deployment methods.

Prior to joining EPRI, Dr. Renshaw worked at AREVA, Inc. as an R&D Project Manager/Senior Engineer, focusing on Ultrasonic Modeling, MRP-227/228 internals inspections, thermography, and other R&D efforts related to advanced NDE inspections. Previously, Dr. Renshaw worked at Sauer-Danfoss, Inc. as an engineer on the new product development team, in the materials lab, and on the Propel systems team.

Dr. Renshaw serves as a reviewer for NDT&E International and Infrared Physics & Technology, has published several peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings papers, and holds one US Patent.

Dr. Renshaw holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, a Master's degree in System Engineering, and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering, all from Iowa State University where his work focused on research in Thermal NDE methods.
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