The Advanced Nuclear Instrumentation Development Laboratory includes faculty and staff actively engaged in research and development activities in traditional detector design, hybrid design, light capture techniques, visible photon detection methods, neural network development, GUI development, and digital signal processing design. 

The research team at the ANIDL is capable of implementing the state-of-the-art multichannel digital spectrometers using our in-house-designed digital pulse processors. No traditional (analog) spectroscopy module has been used in the ANIDL since 2006. On-going projects at the ANIDL include actively-shielded phoswich detector for radioxenon detection and MPPC (Multi-Pixel Photon Counter) + scintillator characterization.