Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress is a nuclear physicist whose work at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) bridges science and policy. He recently joined the AIT-Watchman project, a US-UK collaboration to deploy a neutrino detector in the UK’s deepest mine for remote monitoring of nuclear reactors around the world. At the Middlebury Institute he also teaches courses in Missiles and Missile Defense, Science & Technology for Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies, and Nuclear Treaty Verification. Previously, he worked at the Princeton Program on Science and Global Security, the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Germany, and the Laboratori Nazionali del Gan Sasso in Italy. Ferenc was part of the team that was cited in the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics and in the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Physics.
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