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Bio

Yugo Ashida
U of M Nuclear Engineering

EDUCATION

Tohoku University
MEng ME

Tohoku University
PhD Machine Intelligence and Systems Engineering

Research Interests
Prior to joining the University of Michigan, Dr. Ashida worked as a researcher at Tohoku University and at the University of Nevada, Reno. He also had brief working experience in metal industry in Japan and in the U.S. His research experience includes evaluating stress corrosion cracking growth in large-scale stainless steel pipes in simulated light water reactor environments and studying the corrosion properties of waste package outer shell at the Yucca Mountain high-level nuclear waste repository.