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University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest: Consortium #14

Matthew Adamson has a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University (2005). His research work has focused on the history of nuclear programs, and more recently the worldwide search for nuclear raw materials, striving to show the link between geophysical research and geopolitical manifestations of power, influence, and cooperation. Dr. Adamson is presently Director of Academic and Student Affairs at McDaniel College’s campus in Budapest, Hungary, as well as External Researcher at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary, advising on the history and institutional context of use of radioisotopes.

He will perform archival work for WP6.

Case Study Pitch

Dr. Adamson is author of InsSciDE case study n°6.4b, Role of the IAEA in the Development of Nuclear Techniques, Safety, and Security Measures in Morocco. Read the pitch for this case study here.

This pitch outlines how case study 6.4b looks at the role of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as well as various bilateral relations in the development of a secure, productive nuclear technological infrastructure in one of the European Union’s most important neighbours: Morocco.