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Rodrigo Ibacache

Research Interests
Rodrigo is currently working with atomic spectral data for NIST's atomic spectroscopy databases. He is also assisting in support of the on-line databases on atomic spectra, atomic transition probabilities, and atomic spectral line broadening. He is utilizing his knowledge of computer concepts, programming languages, and system analysis and design in support of the Atomic Spectroscopy Group.

Honors and Awards

2004 Alpha Sigma Lambda, National Honor Society

2009 Combined Federal Campaign, Most Valuable Fundraiser Award

2013 Combined Federal Campaign, Special Service Award

Professional Services



Publications, invited talks and workshops 

NIST's Bibliographic Databases on Atomic Spectra
J.R. Fuhr, A.E. Kramida, J. Reader, W.C. Martin, E.B. Saloman, K. Olsen, S. Kotochigova, and
R. Ibacache
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 20899 USA

NIST Database work on Spectra of Light Elements and Brief Update for Tungsten
Joseph Reader
IAEA Research Coordination Meeting Vienna, Austria March 20-22, 2013

The Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Activities 2005 – 2007
Wolfgang L. Wiese
Atomic Physics Division, NIST

Activities 2009-2011 at the Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Wolfgang L. Wiese
Atomic Spectroscopy Group, NIST



Information Specialist
Atomic Spectroscopy

Employment History:

NIST, Information Specialist, 2005-Present

NOAA, Information Technology Specialist, 2005

USMC, Field Artillery, Active Duty, 1996-2000


Strayer University, M.S., Information systems, 2005

Strayer University, B.S., Computer Information systems, 2004

Central Texas College, 1998




Phone: 301-975-4750
Fax: 301-975-5560