Glenn Holland is an Instrumentation Specialist in the Electron Physics Group. Glenn has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Maryland College Park. Prior to joining the CNST in 2009, Glenn spent 22 years supporting research at the Naval Research Laboratory, performing computer-aided design of experimental apparatus and instruments, including custom vacuum systems and prototype components, x-ray spectrometers, portable-ray systems, ion source systems. His designs have led to five US Patents, with one additional patent pending. At the CNST, Glenn assists the scientific staff with all phases of experiment and instrumentation design.
- Enhanced X-ray Resolving Power Achieved Behind the Focal Circles of Cauchois Spectrometers, J. F. Seely, L. T. Hudson, G. E. Holland, and A. Henins, Applied Optics 47, 2767-2778 (2008).
- K-shell Spectra From Ag, Sn, Sm, Ta, and Au Generated by Intense Fetmosecond Laser Pulses, J. F. Seely, G. Holland, L. Hudson, C. Szabo, A. Henins, H.-S. Park, P. Patel, R. Tommasini, and J. Laming, High Energy Density Physics 3, 263-271 (2007).
- Low Jitter Metal Vapor Vacuum Arc Ion Source for Electron Beam Ion Trap Injections, G. E. Holland, C. N. Boyer, J. F. Seely, J. N. Tan, J. M. Pomeroy, and J. D. Gillaspy, Review of Scientific Instruments 76, 073304 (2005).
- Portable Hard X-ray Source for Nondestructive Testing and Medical Imaging, C. N. Boyer, G. E. Holland, and J. F. Seely, Review of Scientific Instruments 69, 2524-2530 (1998).
- Dual-Waveband Operation of a Multilayer-coated Diffraction Grating in the Soft X-ray Range at Near-normal Incidence, M. P. Kowalski, J. F. Seely, W. R. Hunter, J. C. Rife, T. W. Barbee, G. E. Holland, C. N. Boyer, C. M. Brown, and R. G. Cruddace, Applied Optics 32, 2422-2425 (1993).
Electron Physics Group
B.A. Economics - University of Maryland, College Park