Gabriel Sandler

Gabriel Sandler is a nuclear engineering PhD student at the University of Florida (UF) and a fellow of the Consortium for Verification Technology. He holds a MS and BS in nuclear engineering and a minor in sales engineering from UF. Gabriel began his graduate work on the utilization of X-ray Backscatter Radiography for non-destructive testing of polymer coated steel. For his thesis work, Gabriel's research focus has shifted to a project in radioactive plume tracking analysis for nuclear security purposes. Additionally, in the summer of 2016, Gabriel interned at Sandia National Laboratory studying detection characterization of a neutron multiplicity counter. Gabriel is an active member of the American Nuclear Society and currently serves as the president of the UF Institute of Nuclear Material Management chapter. Following the culmination of his studies, he aims to further his career in technical policymaking at the federal level. In his free time, Gabriel enjoys watching and playing sports, and writing music.