Picture of Krystin Stiefel in front of the HFIR building.

Krystin E Stiefel

Experiment Safety Engineer

Krystin Stiefel is an Experiment Safety Engineer at the High Flux Isotope Reactor.  She works in experiment interface and coordination for a variety of reactor-based experiments including isotope production, materials research, and gamma facility irradiations.

Dr. Stiefel obtained a PhD in nuclear chemistry from Michigan State University in 2018, where her dissertation project involved measuring fragments and neutrons from heavy-ion collisions produced at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory.  She received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Adrian College in Michigan in 2012.