Peter Hosemann is professor in the Department for Nuclear Engineering at the University of California Berkeley and current department chair, head graduate adviser and UC Berkeley's radiation safety chair. In 2017 Professor Hosemann was elected chair of the Nuclear Science User Facility user group an international network of institutions providing unique materials characterization tools. Professor Hosemann received his PhD in Material Science from the Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria in 2008 while he conducted the research on lead bismuth eutectic corrosion, ion beam irradiations and microscale mechanical testing was carried out at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He continued his research at Los Alamos National Laboratory and joined the UC Berkeley faculty in 2010. Professor Hosemann has authored more than 140 per reviewed publications since 2008. In 2014 he won the best reviewer of the journal of nuclear materials award, the ANS literature award and in 2015 he won the TMS early career faculty fellow award and the AIME Robert Lansing Hardy award.
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