Brayden Meyers

Graduate Research Assistant
North Carolina State University

Burlington Laboratory         

Raleigh, NC | 27695-7909


About Brayden:

Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Brayden is a third year PhD student in the Nuclear Engineering Department at NC State. He is interested in plasma spectroscopy and the application of atmospheric pressure plasmas. He graduated from Xavier University with a degree in Physics and is also an Engineer Officer in the Army National Guard. Upon completion of his degree, Brayden would like to continue research pertaining to the biomedical applications of plasmas.


Bachelor of Science Physics
Minor:  Applied Mathematics
 Xavier University 2016



NCSU Nuclear Engineering – Research Assistant

  • Characterizing COST Reference Plasma Source
January 2018 – present
NCSU Nuclear Engineering – Teaching Assistant

  • NE 795, NE 400/500, NE 528
August 2016 – December 2017
VEGA Americas – Engineering Intern

  • Monte Carlo simulation for nuclear industrial gauges
May 2016 – August 2016
Xavier University Mathematics – Teaching Assistant

  • Calculus I and II
August 2015 – May 2016