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Marvin Miller, research affiliate, received a Ph.D in Applied Physics from the Polytechnic Institute of New York in 1967, and was a tenured Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University working on laser theory and applications before joining the MIT Nuclear Engineering Department (NED) in 1976. He retired from the position of Senior Research Scientist in the NED in 1996, and became a Research Affiliate both with NED and the Security Studies Program (SSP) at the MIT Center for International Studies. He is now a Research Affiliate with NED and the Science, Technology and Society (STS) Program at MIT where he continues his work on nuclear arms control and the linkage between nuclear power and nuclear proliferation as a member of the Science and Technology Working Group. During his affiliation with MIT, Dr. Miller has been a consultant to the Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, and Argonne National Laboratories, the U.S. Departments of State and Energy, and the International Atomic Energy Agency, and is currently still active as a consultant to the Nonproliferation Bureau of the State Department.
Can Nuclear Energy and Non-Proliferation Co-Exist?
as author at MIT World Series: The Future of Nuclear Technology 2007,
together with: Owen Coté Jr. (moderator), Matthew Bunn, Geoff Forden,