Mackenzie Warwick is a graduate student in the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences department at the University of Michigan, with a focus in developing high-temperature, low-activation superalloys for fission and fusion reactor applications. Mackenzie is also an intern at Idaho National Laboratory researching the feasibility of the isotopic-tailoring of nickel in Inconel 718 for low-activation purposes. Mackenzie is involved in ANS and is the founding President of the WIN student chapter at UM. Additionally, Mackenzie has a strong interest in Japan’s nuclear energy sector: she became interested in nuclear energy after the 2011 Fukushima accident. Mackenzie has 10 years of intermediate experience with Japanese and has visited Japan twice.
BSE in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences and Minor in Physics, 2020
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor