Skip to:

Eva C. Uribe

Eva C. Uribe, Ph.D.

Nuclear Security Postdoctoral Fellow

Encina Hall
616 Serra Street, E212
Stanford CA 94305

(650) 497-0456 (voice)

Research Interests

Nuclear fuel cycle | Thorium fuel cycle | Nonproliferation | Actinide chemistry

Bio

Eva C. Uribe is a Nuclear Security Postdoctoral Fellow at CISAC. Her research, which is funded by the MacArthur Foundation, involves identifying proliferation pathways in the thorium fuel cycle and assessing the potential impact and implications of U-233 stockpile generation on the international nonproliferation regime. Eva received a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 2016. Her dissertation research focused on structural analysis of organically-modified porous silica surfaces for the extraction of uranium from aqueous solutions using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. In 2011 Eva received a B.S. from Yale University with a double major in Chemistry and Political Science. She served as a Next Generation Safeguards Initiative intern with the Nonproliferation Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory in 2008 and 2009.