Tracy Radel

VP, Engineering at SHINE Medical Technologies

About

Tracy Radel is currently the VP of Engineering at SHINE Medical Technologies. Tracy has over 10 years of experience in the nuclear engineering field. Tracy started their career as a research assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Engineering Physics. Tracy then became a nuclear engineer at Radel Consulting, LLC. In this position, they worked on various projects, such as developing simplified equations for isotopic compositions of fuel in light water reactors with recycle for use in the scenario analysis codes (e.g. DANESS). Tracy then transitioned to working at Sandia National Laboratories as a nuclear engineer and senior member of the technical staff. In this role, they were responsible for leading all radioisotope power system (RPS) launch accident analysis work at SNL, and maintaining a rigorous quality control program. Tracy then moved on to Argonne National Laboratory, where they worked as a science undergraduate summer intern. In this role, they developed simplified equations for isotopic compositions of fuel in light water reactors with recycle for use in the scenario analysis codes (e.g. DANESS). Tracy is now using their vast experience in the nuclear engineering field to lead the engineering team at SHINE Medical Technologies.


Tracy Radel has a BS-MS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tracy has also completed a Two Week Hands-On Training Course from the U.S. Department of Energy's Nuclear Criticality Safety Program.


They work with and Eric Van Abel - Senior Technical Advisor. Tracy Radel reports to Ross Radel, Chief Technology Officer.

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  • VP, Engineering

    October, 2012 - present

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