Idi Mallari

Graduate Research Assistant

Office: BU 2157

Research Description

My research will focus on the PRA of micro-reactors. It is an undeniable fact that the energy demands will continue to increase in the future, and micro-reactors could be a reliable solution to meet the energy requirements of our military for short- and long-term operations. I currently serve in the U.S. Army as a Functional Area 52 (FA52): Nuclear and Counter-proliferation Officer, and I look forward to use my research to support our military’s operation.


I earned a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY and an M.S. in Engineering Management from the Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla, MO. I have served in multiples roles in the U.S. Army to include as the Deputy Director for Public Works for three military installations in Doha, Qatar, where I was very involved in the power plant operations and fuel & energy requirements for the military.


Nuclear Engineering
North Carolina State University

Engineering Management
Missouri University of Science & Technology

Nuclear Engineering
United States Military Academy


  • Grader for NE 400, Nuclear Reactor Energy Conversion, 2023

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