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Researchers

Gus Caffrey, Ph.D. Physics
Johns Hopkins University

Nondestructive analysis of chemical warfare agents and explosives, automated gamma-ray spectral analysis, nuclear reactor spent-fuel safeguards, muon and neutrino physics.

David Chichester, Sc.D., Nuclear Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Neutron generator design and operation, nondestructive analysis of special nuclear material, radiation transport modeling, neutron detection.

Ann Egger, M.S. Computer Science and M.S. Mathematics
Ohio State University

Gamma-ray spectral analysis software, graphical user interface design, legacy code maintenance, C and Java programming.

Ken Krebs, B.S. Computer Science
University of Pittsburgh

Nondestructive analysis of chemical warfare agents and explosives, automated gamma-ray spectral analysis, graphical user interface design, C++ programming.

Ed Seabury, Ph.D. Physics
University of Massachusetts

Nondestructive analysis of chemical warfare agents and explosives, neutron activation analysis, radiation transport modeling, r- and s-process nuclear physics.

Jayson Wharton, M.S. Nuclear Engineering
Idaho State University

Nondestructive analysis of chemical warfare agents and explosives, nuclear instrumentation, radioactive waste characterization.

John Zabriskie, B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

Mechanical design of instruments for nondestructive assay, computer-aided design and manufacturing.

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