I spent this past summer writing my Bachelor of Science thesis at RWTH Aachen’s Nuclear Verification and Disarmament chair (Prof. Malte Goettsche) about Reconstructing Nuclear Fuel Cycles using Bayesian Inference: A First Implementation.
Recently, I received the feedback, which will hopefully soon result in me getting my “BSc RWTH” degree. For my work, I received a 1.0 grade (which is the best grade on the German scale of 1.0 - 4.0); for this, I’m obviously happy. I am grateful for the support I received by Prof. Goettsche as well as my supervisor, Max Schalz. Computing resources were provided by RWTH Aachen’s data center.
You can read my thesis here: Reconstructing Nuclear Fuel Cycles using Bayesian Inference: A First Implementation (77 p., 1.2 M)
I held my “defense” (colloquium) a few days before handing in the thesis: Presentation PDF (25 p., 2.5 M).