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J. Kenneth Shultis, (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is currently Black and Veatch Distinguished Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Kansas State University where he teaches and conducts research in neutron and radiative transport, reactor physics, numerical analysis, particle combustion, remote sensing, and utility energy and economic analyses. The recipient of several awards for teaching excellence, Dr. Shultis is the co-author of Principles of Radiation Shielding and Radiological Assessment: Sources and Exposures (both Prentice Hall) and over 200 research papers and reports. He has served as a consultant to many private and governmental organizations.