Alumni

Niral P. Shah
Boston Consulting Group
Thesis:  MATADOR:  An adaptive rotating modulation dual-modality imager
2020

Fred Buhler
Thesis:  A secure measurement unit for nuclear arms-control verification 
2019

Inyong Kwon
Professor, S. Korea
Thesis: Integrated Circuit Design for Radiation Sensing and Hardening
2015

Taehoon Kang
Professor, S. Korea
Thesis: Optimization of Signal-to-Noise Ratio in Semiconductor Sensors via On-Chip Signal Amplification and Interface-Induced Noise Suppression
2015

Brian Kitchen
H3D 
Thesis: Neutron Reflectometry to map Li concentrations in Li-ion batteries
2015

Geehyun Kim
Prof., Sejong Univ.
Thesis: Nanocrystalline Semiconductor Nuclear Radiation Detectors
2013

Manhee Jeong
Senior Scientist, KAERI
Thesis: Delay-Line 3D Position Sensitive Radiation Detection
2012

Paul Barton
LBNL
Thesis: Silicon Photomultipliers for Scintillation Detection Systems
2011

Haori Yang
Professor, Oregon State University
Thesis: Active Interrogation Methods for Detection of Special Nuclear Material
2009

Benjamin Kowash
Faculty; Air Force Inst. of Tech.
Thesis: A Rotating Modulation Radiation Imager for the Orphan Source Search Problem
2008

Jayson Hayward
Professor, University of Tennessee
Thesis: Charge loss correction and inter-strip interpolation in a high-purity germanium double-sided strip detector
2007

Wonho Lee
Professor, Korea Univ.
Thesis: A dual modality gamma camera using lanthanum chloride (cerium) scintillators
2007

Mark Hammig
Res. Prof.; U of Michigan
Thesis: Mechanical Radiation Detection Via Sub-Brownian Lever Deflections
2005

James LeBlanc
GE
1999

Eric Smith
PNNL
1998

Jerome Gormley
General Atomics
1994

Jeffrey Martin
Professor, AFIT
1994

Timothy DeVol
Professor of Environmental Science, Clemson Univ.
1993

John Valentine
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1993


Guru Shankar

Amazon; Director for Medical Products Division