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(Florencia de los Angeles Renteria del Toro) Mexico, South Korea, China - Why Study Nuclear Science
20.May.2020
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Florencia de los Angeles Renteria del Toro, nuclear scientist, PhD candidate at Harbin Engineering University, China: In my journey in education, I have been participating in projects that help to develop and optimize technology in different countries. My area of expertise is Nuclear Reactor Design and, during my master’s program, I worked in the design of a new reactor in South Korea which would implement a new nuclear fuel management strategy for the fuel utilization and optimization in the production of electricity. Currently, I am working with Nuclear Energy Systems developed in China on the application of Artificial Neural Networks to Loading Pattern determination. Science and technology are pillars upon which to develop society and educate future generations.

Arbol de Santa Maria del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico. Circumference, 45 meters. Age, over 2000 years. Mexico has tremendous potential for a strong economy, industry, vacation destination, retirement living, education and cultural events. Young professionals can set the example and become leaders in technology for Mexico and the world. Arbol de Santa Maria del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico. Circumference, 45 meters. Age, over 2000 years. Mexico has tremendous potential for a strong economy, industry, vacation destination, retirement living, education and cultural events. Young professionals can set the example and become leaders in technology for Mexico and the world.
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