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Development and application of polarized 3He-based neutron spin filters to neutron scattering and fundamental neutron physics. Experiments in fundamental neutron physics, in particular photon detection for neutron radiative decay.
1996 - present: Physicist, Neutron Physics Group, Physical Measurement Laboratory
1993 - 1996: Physicist, Detector Metrology Group, Radiometric Physics Division, Physics Laboratory
1990 - 1992: California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA Research fellow, Kellogg Radiation Laboratory
Associated Research Experience and Educational Experience
1990: Ph.D. in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. Thesis advisor: Prof. Daniel Kleppner. Title: Microwave Spectroscopy and Atom-Photon Interactions in Rydberg States of Calcium
1979: State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY. B.S. in Physics with high honors, John S. Toll prize to Outstanding Physics Senior
Awards and Professional Affiliations
Publications, talks, and external support
Radiation Physics Division
Neutron Physics Group
NIST, 1993 - present
Ph.D., Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990