Name Position Employer Year Region Current Field
Lin, Hao Software Engineer Google 2020 United States of America Other
Lyu, Bingnan 2020 China National Laboratory
Poxon-Pearson, Terri NNSA Graduate Fellow Pacific Northwest National Lab for NNSA 2020 United States of America Government
Longfellow, Brenden Postdoctoral Researcher Lawrence Livermore National Laborator 2020 United States of America National Laboratory
Matheson, Zachary NNSA Graduate Fellow Pacific Northwest National Lab for NNSA 2019 United States of America Government
Elman, Brandon Predictive Modeller Auto-Owners Insurance 2019 United States of America Industry
Lietz, Justin Postdoctoral Research Associate Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2019 United States of America National Laboratory
Neben, Derek 2019 United States of America Other
Frame, Dillon Postdoctoral Researcher Forschungzentrum Jülich 2019 Germany National Laboratory
Jin, Shilun Postdoctoral Research Associate University of Notre Dame 2019 United States of America College / University
Votaw, Daniel Postdoc Los Alamos National Laboratory 2019 United States of America National Laboratory
Glassman, Brent 2019 United States of America Other
Lovell, Amy Postdoc Los Alamos National Lab 2018 United States of America National Laboratory
Stiefel, Krystin Experiment Safety Engineer Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2018 United States of America National Laboratory
Manfredi, Juan Postdoctoral Scholar University of California, Berkeley 2018 United States of America College / University
Garand, David Application/Solutions Engineer Sydor Technologies 2018 United States of America Sydor Technologies
Fenker, Kalee Senior Scientist A SRNL 2017 United States of America National Laboratory
Morfouace, Pierre Research Associate GANIL 2017 National Laboratory
Zhang, Chunli Postdoctoral Fellow Georgia Institute of Technology 2017 United States of America College / University
Crider, Ben Assistant Professor Mississippi State University 2017 United States of America College / University
Rost, Stefan Forschungszentrum Jülich 2016 Germany College / University
Perez Loureiro, David Applied Physicist Canadian Nuclear Laboratories 2016 Canada National Laboratory
Naqvi, Farheen Research Associate University of Notre Dame 2016 United States of America College / University
Tangwancharoen, Suwat Instructor/ researcher Mongkut's university of technology thonburi 2016 Thailand College / University
Kuchera, Anthony Assistant Professor Davidson College 2016 United States of America College / University
Lewis, Rebecca Federal Program Manager National Nuclear Security Administration 2016 United States of America Government
Quinn, Stephen Senior Staff Applied Physics Laboratory 2015 United States of America Other
Paulauskas, Stanley Project Manager Tusk Software 2015 United States of America Private Industry
Rossi, Dominic Research Associate Technical University of Darmstadt 2015 Germany College / University
Scott, Michael The Wonderful Company 2015 USA Consultant
Ayyad, Yassid Senior Scientific Engineering Associate LBNL 2015 U.S.A. National Laboratory
Showalter, Rachel Hodges Actuary Auto-Owners Insurance Company 2015 United States of America Other
Meisel, Zach Assistant Professor Ohio University 2015 College /University
Kuchera, Michelle Assistant Professor Davidson College 2015 United States of America College / University
Winkelbauer, Jack Postdoc Los Alamos National Laboratory 2015 United States of America National Laboratory
Langer, Christoph Prof. Dr. University of Applied Science Aachen 2015 Germany College / University
Stroberg, Ragnar Visiting Assistant Professor Reed College 2014 U.S.A. College/University
Barquest, Bradley TRIUMF 2014 Canada National Laboratory
Ahn, Tan Assistant Professor University of Notre Dame 2014 United States of America College / University
Kittimanapun, Kritsada Staff Scientist Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI) 2014
Fritsch, Adam Associate Professor of Physics Gonzaga University 2014 United States of America College / University
Novak, John Quantitative Research Analyst Fellow U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 2014
Singh, Pardeep Assistant Professor Deenbandhu ChhotuRam University of Science & Technology 2014 India College / University
Shane, Rebecca Diagnostic Research Scientist Facility for Rare Isotope Beams 2014 United States of America College / University
Smith, Jenna Visiting Assistant Professor Reed College 2014 U.S.A. College/University
Suchyta, Scott Senior Scientist Remote Sensing Laboratory - Andrews 2014 United States of America Industry
Fang, DongLiang Associcate Professor Jilin University 2014 China College / University
Keek, Laurens Postdoctoral Fellow Georgia Institute of Technology 2013
Youngs, Mike Physics Instructor (Blinn) and REU Coordinator (A&M) Blinn College and Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute 2013 United States of America College / University
Coupland, Daniel Staff Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory 2013 United States of America National Laboratory
Barker, Brent Assistant Professor of Physics Roosevelt University 2013 United States of America College / University
Ekstrom, Andreas Postdoc Chalmers University of Technology 2013 Sweden College / University
Klose, Andrew NRC Postdoctoral Fellow National Institute of Standards and Technology 2013
Baugher, Travis Postdoctoral Researcher Los Alamos National Lab 2013 United States of America National Laboratory
Vredevoogd, Josh Data Scientist- Fraud/Risk Eventbrite 2013
Upadhyay, Neelam SERB Scientist UM-DAE Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences 2013 India College / University
Lemasson, Antoine Researcher CNRS 2012 France National Laboratory
Pervin, Muslema 2012
Jia, Liyuan Associate Professor University of Shanghai for Science and Technology 2012 China College / University
Sanetullaev, Alisher Assistant Professor Inha University in Tashkent 2011
Steiner, Andrew W. Physicist Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2011 USA National Laboratory
Becerril, Ana Postdoctoral Researcher Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 2011
Strongman, Michael Physical Scientist Dept. of Air Force 2011 United States of America Government/Military
Voss, Philip Assistant Professor Albion College 2011 United States of America College / University
Kwiatkowski, Ania Research Scientist TRIUMF 2011 Canada National Laboratory
DeLauter, Jonathan Radiotherapy Physicist Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 2011 USA Medicine
Signoracci, Angelo Postdoctoral Researcher Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2011 USA National Laboratory
McDaniel, Sean Senior Multi-discipline Systems Engineer The MITRE Corporation 2011 USA Industry
Ratkiewicz, Andrew Postdoctoral Associate Rutgers 2011 USA Research University
Del Santo, Marcelo 2011
Christian, Gregory Assistant Professor Texas A&M 2011 College/University
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Mosby, Shea Postdoc LANSCE-NS, LANL 2011 USA
(Meharchand) Hutton, Rhiannon Research Staff Institute for Defense Analysis 2011 United States of America Government
Capel, Pierre Assistant Professor University Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) 2010 Belgium College / University
Estrade, Alfredo Postdoctoral Research Associate University of Edinburgh 2010 Scotland
Ferrer, Rafael Senior Scientist - Laser Specialist KU Leuven - IKS 2010 Belgium College / University
Campbell, Chris Project Scientist Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 2010
Crawford, Heather Postdoc Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 2010 USA National Laboratory
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Gebremariam, Biruk Principal Researcher and Developer (Machine learning) SAS Institute Inc. 2010 United States of America SAS Institute Inc
Ropponen, Tommi Radiation safety engineer Fortum 2010 Finland Energy industry
Lorusso, Giuseppe Post-Doc Riken 2010
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Henzlova, Daniela Staff Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory 2009 USA National Laboratory
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Brida, Ivan Postdoctoral Research Associate Argonne National Laboratory 2009 USA National Laboratory
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Miller, David Postdoctoral Research Fellow TRIumF 2009 Canada
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Strother, Terrance Staff Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory 2009 USA
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Tur, Clarisse Financial Advisor Merrill Lynch 2008 USA Finance
Zamiri, Amir Reza R&D Engineer Medtronic 2008 USA Medicine
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Thirupathi, Sivarani Reader Indian Institute of Astrophysics 2008 India National Laboratory
Sun, Zhiyu Associate Professor Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Science Academy 2008 China National Laboratory
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Bender, Michael Directeur de Recherche University of Bordeaux 2006 France Research University
Kajino, Toshitaka Professor National Astronomical Observatory, University of Tokyo 2006 Japan Research University
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Musser, Susan E. Medical Physicist Accelerated Medical Physics Services 2006 USA Medicine
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Mocko, Michal Staff Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory 2006 USA National Laboratory
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Molzahn, Adam Electrical Engineer Still River Systems 2005 USA Industry
Liu, Tianxiao Clinical Physicist UC Davis, Department of Radiation Oncology 2005 USA Medicine
Liu, Xiaodong Postdoctoral Research Associate Washington University School of Medicine 2005 USA Medicine
Liu, Hang Research Associate Texas Advanced Computing Center, UT, Austin 2005 USA Research University
Lisetskiy, Alexander Software Developer Mintec, Inc. 2005 USA
Blideanu, Valentin 2005
Dinca, Dan-Cristian Director of Science and Image Processing American Science & Engineering, Inc. 2005 Industry
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Hosmer, Paul Assistant Professor of Physics Hillsdale College 2005 USA
Tomlin, Bryan E. Research Scientist Texas A&M University 2005 USA Research University
Weissman, Leo Physicist Soreq Nuclear Research Center 2005 Israel National Laboratory
Yoneda, Ken Research Scientist RIKEN 2005 Japan National Laboratory
Mueller, Wilhelm Director of Applied Research Canberra Industries, Inc 2005 USA Industry
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Pal, Subrata Assistant Professor of Physics Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 2005 India National Laboratory
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Shi, Lijun Quantitative Analyst The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation 2005 USA Finance
Morton, Colin ASD Operations Coordinator FRIB 2004 United States of America National Laboratory
Pozdeyev, Eduard Physicist Michigan State University 2004 USA Research University
Vorobiev, Leonid G. Guest Scientist Fermilab 2004 USA National Laboratory
Bertulani, Carlos Professor Texas A&M University-Commerce 2004 USA Research University
Lecouey, Jean-Luc Maitre de Conferences ENSICAEN/LPC 2004 France National Laboratory
Clement, Ryan 2004
Forringer, Edward Assistant Professor LeTourneau University 2004 USA Research University
Cooper, Matthew Scientist Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 2004 USA National Laboratory
Lofy, Patrick Scientist Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DoD) 2003 USA Government/Administration
Church, Jennifer Physicist, Global Security Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2003 USA National Laboratory
Seitz, Jeremy Requirements and Test Department of Defense 2003 USA Government/Administration
Verde, Giuseppe Research Scientist INFN, Sezione di Catania, Italy 2003 Italy National Laboratory
van Goethem, Marc-Jan Researcher University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen 2003 Netherlands Medicine
Santi, Peter Senior Instrumentation Specialist International Atomic Energy Agency 2003 USA
Shomin, Richard Technical Analyst / Shock Physics Scientist Boeing 2003 USA Industry
Yurkewicz, Kathleen Miller Head of Scientific & Technical Communication Argonne National Laboratory 2003 United States of America National Laboratory
Groh, Daniel Professor Grand Rapids Community College 2002 USA Small College
Enders, Joachim Associate Professor Technische Universitaet Darmstadt 2002 Germany Research University
Horvath, Akos Associate Professor Etvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary 2002 Hungary Research University
Cheng, Sen Professor Ruhr University Bochum 2002 Germany
Hu, Zhiqiang Physicist Philips Healthcare Cleveland 2002 USA Industry
Typel, Stefan Scientist Technische Universität Darmstadt 2002 Germany College / University
Tryggestad, Erik Medical Physicist Mayo Clinic 2002 USA Medicine
Tonjes, Marguerite Research Scientist University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry 2002 USA Research University
Podlech, Holger Prof. Dr. University of Frankfurt 2002 Germany Research University
Mulhall, Declan Professor The University of Scranton 2002 United States of America College / University
Perry, Ben Managing Director Vision Consulting Engineers Ltd 2002 USA Industry
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Hoefkens, Jens Head of Expressionist Genedata Inc. 2001 USA Medicine
Volya, Alexander Assistant Professor Florida State University 2001 USA Research University
Prisciandaro, Joann Assistant Professor/Radiation Oncology Physicist University of Michigan Health System, Department of Radiation Oncology 2001 USA Medicine
Makino, Kyoko Professor Department of Physics & Astronomy, Michigan State University 2001 USA Research University
Chen, Luke Sr. Scientist/Sr. Software Design Engineer Science Applications International Corporation 2000 USA Industry
Bass, Steffen A. Professor of Physics Duke University 2000 USA Research University
Bozek, Piotr Senior Scientist Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Krakow 2000 Poland Research University
Davids, Barry Research Scientist TRIUMF 2000 Canada National Laboratory
Maddalena, Valentina Assistant Bank of Italy 2000 Italy Finance
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Shamseddine, Khodr Associate Professor University of Manitoba 2000 USA Research University
Xu, Hushan Professor Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 2000 China National Laboratory
Ramsell, Chris Senior Applications Engineer KLA-Tencor 2000 USA Industry
Oros-Peusquens, Ana-Maria Researcher Research Centre Juelich 2000 Germany Medicine
Magestro, Daniel Director of Advanced Analytics Cardinal Health 2000 USA Finance
Nakamura, Takashi Professor Tokyo Institute of Technology 2000 Japan Research University
Caggiano, Jac Senior Research Scientist Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1999 USA National Laboratory
Aumann, Thomas Professor Technical University Darmstadt 1999 Germany National Laboratory
Blumenfeld, Yorick Senior Scientist IPN Orsay 1999 France National Laboratory
Alahari, Navin Director GANIL CNRS-GANIL 1999 France National Laboratory
Chromik, Marcus Chief Risk Officer, member of the board Commerzbank AG 1999 Germany Banking
Kruse, Jon Medical Physicist Mayo Clinic 1999 USA Medicine
Powell, Christopher Principal Scientist Argonne National Laboratory 1999 United States of America National Laboratory
Wang, Jing Vice President, Head of Enterprise Model Validation Group American Express 1999 USA Finance
Wagner, Andreas Division head Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf 1999 Germany National Laboratory
Koivisto, Hannu Senior Research Assistant University of Jyväskylä 1999 Finland Research University
Hama, Hiroyuki Professor Tohoku University 1999 Japan Research University
Hampton, Christine V. Consulting CALC 1999 USA
Chen, Ziping Researcher Renaissance Technologies LLC 1998 Finance
Brown, David A. Staff Physicist Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1998 USA National Laboratory
Chartier, Marielle Lecturer/Doctor University of Liverpool 1998 Great Britain Research University
Crawley, Gerard "Gary" President Marcus Enterprises 1998 USA Industry
Grevy, Stephane Permanent Researcher CNRS/GANIL 1998 France National Laboratory
Moehlenkamp, Theodor Senior Consultant AirITSystems Hannover GmbH 1998 Germany Computing
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Huhta, Mika Product Program Manager Nokia Corp 1998 Finland Industry
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Blank, Bertram Staff Researcher Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) 1997 France National Laboratory
Gaff Ejakov, Sally Product Development Engineer Ford Motor Company 1997 USA Industry
Fauerbach, Michael Professor, Physics & Astronomy Florida Gulf Coast University 1997 USA Research University
Gossiaux, Bernard Professor Ecole des Mines de Nantes 1997 France Research University
Popescu, Razvan Light Sources Directorate IT Manager Brookhaven National Laboratory 1997 USA National Laboratory
Murray, Joelle Associate Professor Linfield College 1997 USA Small College
Kortemeyer, Gerd Associate Professor Michigan State University 1997 USA Research University
Huang, Min-Jui Software Engineer Yahoo 1997 USA Industry
McGrew, David A. Fellow Cisco Systems 1996 USA Computing
Lemmon, Roy Physicist Daresbury Laboratory 1996 United Kingdom National Laboratory
Hsi, Wen Chien Senior Physicist McLaren Proton Therapy Center 1996 USA Medicine
Csoto, Attila Professor Eotvos University, Budapest 1996 Hungary Research University
Haglin, Kevin L. Professor and Department Chairperson St. Cloud State University 1996 USA Research University
McNeely, Paul Research Scientist Max-Planck Institut furr Plasmaphysik 1996 Germany National Laboratory
Brown, James Associate Professor of Physics Wabash College 1996 USA Small College
Azhari, Afshin Director of Case Management Services and Litigation Technologies AlixPartners, LLC 1996 USA Finance
Williams, Cornelius None None 1996
Yokoyama, Shigeru Senior Medical Physicist MaineGeneral Health 1996 United States of America MainGeneral Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care
Zecher, Philip Chief Investment Officer Michigan State University 1996 United States of America College / University
Wolfe, Sherry Managing Director, Client Services Investor Analytics LLC 1996 USA Finance
Yee, Jaeyong Professor of Physiology and Biophysics Eulji University, School of Medicine 1996 South Korea Medicine
Pfaff, Raman Senior Architect ExploreLearning 1996 United States of America Educational Software
Thirolf, Peter G. Senior Scientist / Priv. Doz. Dr. Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich 1996 Germany Research University
Pak, Robert Physicist Brookhaven National Laboratory 1996 USA National Laboratory
Snyder, Steven Executive Director Reuben H Fleet Science Center 1996
Stone, Nathan Technical Program Manager Google 1996 USA Computing
Handzy, Damian Global Head of Risk StatPro, Inc. 1995 United States of America Other
Gualtieri, Eugene Physicist/Software Engineer University of Pennsylvania 1995 USA Medicine
Jeon, Dong-O 1995
Bonasera, Aldo Senior scientist Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare-Italy 1995 Italy National Laboratory
Kelley, John H. Research Associate Professor North Carolina State University 1995 USA Research University
Srivastava, Aseem K. Principal Scientist Axcelis Technologies, Inc. 1995 USA Industry
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Martin, Lilian Researcher at SUBATECH (Nantes) Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) 1995 France National Laboratory
Kryger, Robert Principal BecKryger Capital Partners 1995 USA Industry
Ramakrishnan, Easwar Director of Technology and Services OriginLab Corporation 1995 USA Computing
Hoffstaetter, Georg Professor Cornell University 1994 USA Research University
Antaya, Timothy Owner and Manager Antaya Science and Technology 1994 United States of America Accelerator Science and Technology
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Llope, W.J. Associate Professor, Research Rice University 1994 USA Research University
Mercer, David J. Staff Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory 1994 USA National Laboratory
Joh, Ki Hun Principal Engineer Marine System Research 3 Samsung Heavy Industries 1993 Korea Industry
Ieki, Kazuo Professor of Physics Rikkyo University 1993 Japan Research University
Carlson, Brett Vern Senior Researcher Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica 1993 Brazil Research University
Lisa, Mike Professor Ohio State University 1993 USA Research University
Phair, Larry Staff Scientist Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 1993 USA National Laboratory
Winger, Jeff Professor Mississippi State University 1993 United States of America College / University
Ju, Nengjiu Professor of Finance Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance 1993 China Research University
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Harkewicz, Rick Research scientist UW Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry 1992 United States of America University of Washington
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Li, Bao-An Professor of Physics and Department Head Texas A&M University-Commerce 1992 USA Research University
Orr, Nigel Directeur de Recherche IN2P3/CNRS 1992 France National Laboratory
Kim, Yeongduk Professor Sejong University 1991 Korea Research University
Mohar, Michael Deputy Director, Remote Sensing Laboratory National Security Technologies, LLC (NSTec) 1991 USA Government/Administration
Sustich, Andrew Dean, Graduate School Arkansas State University 1991 USA Research University
Reposeur, Thierry Physicist at CENBG, Bordeaux Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France. 1991 France National Laboratory
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Souliotis, George A. Associate Research Scientist Cyclotron Institute, Texas A&M University 1991 USA Research University
Dardenne, Yves Event Nuclear Chemist Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1991 USA National Laboratory
Clayton, James E. Senior Scientist Varian Medical Systems 1991 USA Medicine
de Souza, Romualdo Professor of Chemistry and Physics Indiana University 1991 USA Research University
Gong, Wen Consultant Oracle 1991 USA Computing
Kusnezov, Dimitri Chief Scientist & Director Science and Policy National Nuclear Security Administration 1990 USA Government/Administration
Mank, Guenter Head of Executive Management Office Juelicher Entsorgungsgesellschaft fuer Nuklearanlagen mbH 1990 Germany Nuclear Decommissioning of Research Reactors
Nayak, Tapan K. Scientist Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata, India 1990 India National Laboratory
Carlin, Nelson Professor University of Sao Paulo, Physics Institute 1990 Brazil Research University
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Krofcheck, David Senior Lecturer The University of Auckland 1990 New Zealand Research University
Djalali, Chaden Professor, Carolina Distinguished University of South Carolina 1989 USA Research University
Murakami, Takeshi Senior Researcher, Head of Technical Management Section National Institute of Radiological Sciences 1989 Japan National Laboratory
Ogilvie, Craig Assistant Dean Iowa State University 1989 United States of America College / University
Langer, Steve Professor of Diagnostic Physics and Imaging Informatics Mayo Clinic 1989 USA Medicine
Xie, Daniel Zuqi Visiting Researcher Insititute of Modern Physics, China Academy of Science 1989 China National Laboratory
Rutt, Paul Chief Technology Officer SEAKR Engineering 1989 United States of America Industry
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Lauritzen, Bent Head of Programme Technical University of Denmark (DTU) 1988 Denmark Research University
Brodbar, Debbie Sr Assistant Editor/Reviews of Modern Physics American Physical Society 1988 USA Government/Administration
Lampis, Anna Rosa Deputy Director Arizona State University 1988
Schelin, Hugo Researcher Pele Pequeno Principe Research Institute 1988 Brazil Research University
Koch, Jeffrey Manager, Physicist Nevada National Security Site 1988 National Laboratory
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Angius, Silvana Unit Leader ARPA Lombardia - Regional Agency for Environmental Protection 1987 Italy Government/Administration
Cheon, Taksu Professor of Theoretical Physics Kochi University of Technology 1986 Japan Research University
Ormand, Erich Group Leader, Nuclear Theory & Modeling Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1986 USA
Fields, David Chief Technology Officer Logos Technologies 1986 Industry
Pochodzalla, Josef Professor Universitaet Mainz 1986 Germany Research University
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van der Plicht, Hans Professor Groningen University and Leiden University 1986 Netherlands Research University
Remington, Bruce Group Leader in NIF Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1986 USA National Laboratory
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Caskey, Greg Quality Control/IT Omni Die & Engineering 1985 USA Industry
Stoecker, Horst Judah M. Eiesenberg Professor fuer Theoretisch Physik and Scientific Director Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt and GSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer SChw 1985 Germany National Laboratory
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Jacak, Barbara Professor of Physics, Distinguished Stony Brook University 1984 USA Research University
Radhi, Raad Professor of Physics Department of Physics, College of Science, University of Baghdad 1983 Iran Research University
Sarafian, Haiduke John T. and Paige S. Smith Professor of Science and Physics Professor Pennsylvania State University 1983 USA Research University
Krishnamoorthy, Janaki Medical Physicist NYS Department of Health 1983
Toki, Hiroshi Professor Osaka University 1983 Japan Research University
Finck, Joe Professor of Physics Central Michigan University 1982 USA Research University
Pangia, Michael Professor of Physics Georgia College & State University 1982 USA Small College
Kasagi, Jirohta Professor Emeritus Tohoku University 1982 Japan Research University
Carr, James A. Associate Professor (Physics) Tallahassee Community College 1981 USA Small College
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Warner, Ray A. 1981
DiStasio, Marty Principal Groundworx Analytics 1980 USA Industry
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Poggi, Giacomo Professor University of Florence 1980 Italy Research University
Walker, Phil Professor of Physics University of Surrey 1980 United Kingdom Research University
Serr, Frederick Senior Performance Engineer Akamai Technologies 1980 USA Industry
Deason, Paul 1979 United States of America Retired
DeVito, Raymond Director, Technology Commercialization Office Utah State University 1979 USA Research University
David, Howard Principal Memory Architect Socionext 1978 United States of America Industry
Young, Larry Technical Group Supervisor Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1978 USA National Laboratory
Decowski, Piotr Professor Smith College 1976 USA Small College
Edmiston, Michael D. Professor of Physics and Chemistry Bluffton University 1976 USA Research University
Mueller, Dennis Principal Research Physicist Princeton University Plasma Physics Lab 1976 USA National Laboratory
Gilbert, Ken Associate Director for Basic Research National Center for Physical Acoustics 1976 USA National Laboratory
Gossman, David President Gossman Consulting, Inc. 1976 United States of America Gossman Consulting, Inc.
Boyno, John S. R&D Productivity Manager Eastman Kodak (Retired) 1974 USA Industry
Firestone, Rick Staff Scientist Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 1974 USA National Laboratory
Doering, Robert Senior Fellow and Research Strategy Manager Texas Instruments 1974 USA Industry
Steele, William Control Systems Engineer Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 1974 USA National Laboratory
Trilling, Richard Researcher-Retired Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris 1973 France Research University
Howell, Richard H Partner/Winemaker at Bent Creek Winery Bent Creek Winery 1972 USA Industry
Samuelson, Larry Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Tri-State University 1972 USA Small College
Robertson, R.G. Hamish Professor of Physics (Boeing), Director, Center for Experimental Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics University of Washington 1971 USA Research University
Plauger, P.J. President Dinkumware, Ltd. 1969 USA Computing
Davids, Cary Senior Physicist Argonne National Laboratory 1969 USA National Laboratory
Slanina, Donald IT Consultant Retired 1969 Computing
Beery, Dwight Professor Emeritus of Physics Manchester College 1969 USA Small College
Sager, Ronald E. CEO Quantum Design 1969 USA Industry
Snelgrove, James L. Retired Retired 1968
Kopf, John O. Senior Staff Scientist, Chief Software Architect Retired 1968 Computing
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Kozub, Raymond L. Professor Tennessee Technological University 1967 United States of America College / University
Kull, Lorenz A. President and COO (retired) Science Applications International Corporation 1967 USA Industry
Berg, Richard Professor of the Practice, Director, Physics Lecture-Demonstration Facility University of Maryland 1966 USA Research University
Auble, Ronald L. Retired None 1966
Beal, Jack W. Dean, School of Engineering Fairfield University 1964 USA Research University
Nam, Soon-Kwon Professor Kangwon National University South Korea Research University
Zhang, Yingxun Associate Researcher China Institute of Atomic Energy China National Laboratory
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Sait Umar, Vanderbilt University
Dynamics of quantum equilibration in low-energy collisions

Abstract:  A complete description of the interplay between equilibration, dissipation, and fluctuation mechanisms in interacting quantum many-body systems is an open problem in physics at every scale [1]. In nuclear physics, equilibration of mass and neutron-to-proton asymmetries is studied in collisions of atomic nuclei in which nucleons can be transferred between initially isolated nuclei [2]. Nucleon transfer is also expected to be a source of dissipation by transforming kinetic energy into internal excitation [3]. However, since we are dealing with quantum systems there are quantal effects that influence the equilibration process. Among these are the shell effects and deformations. For low-energy collisions time-dependent Hartree-Fock (TDHF) [4] theory and its extensions provide a microscopic approach to study these effects and processes. In this presentation, we shall first discuss the collision dynamics to demonstrate some of these effects. After that we shall propose a universal measure to investigate the timescales of equilibration, dissipation, and fluctuation mechanisms [5]. Despite direct comparisons between wildly different systems spanning light and heavy nuclei at a range of collision energies, common timescales were found for each of the studied quantities. The longest process by far is mass equilibration, with a general equilibration time of 2x10-20s. Timescales for neutron-to-proton equilibration, mass fluctuation build up, kinetic energy dissipation, and angular momentum dissipation however are found to be on the order of 10-21s, an order of magnitude faster than that of mass equilibration. This vast separation implies the relative independence of dissipation mechanisms on mass equilibration, and that the primary generator of dissipative effects is fast nucleon exchange between interacting fragments. *This work has been supported by the U.S. DOE under grant No. DE SC0013847 with Vanderbilt University. [1] Eisert, M. Friesdorf, and C. Gogolin, Quantum many-body systems out of equilibrium, Nat. Phys. 11, 124 (2015). [2] A. Jedele, A. B. McIntosh, K. Hagel et al., Characterizing Neutron-Proton Equilibration in Nuclear Reactions with Subzeptosecond Resolution, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 062501 (2017). [3] Randrup, Mass transport in nuclear collisions, Nucl. Phys. A 307, 319?348 (1978). [4] C. Simenel and A. S. Umar, Heavy-ion collisions and fission dynamics with the time-dependent Hartree-Fock theory and its extensions, Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys. 103, 19?66 (2018). [5] C. Simenel, K. Godbey, and A. S. Umar, Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 212504 (2020).

Wednesday, Dec 02 at 4:10 PM
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Alessandro Pastore, University of York
From nuclei to neutron stars: simple binding energy computer modelling in the classroom

Abstract:  The Binding Block collaboration started in 2015 and since then has worked hard to develop material to explain nuclear physics to A-level students. In particular, we have created a simple activity based on the liquid-drop model which allows secondary school students to explore the uses of mathematical models and gain an intuitive understanding of the concept of binding energy, and in particular the significance of positive binding energy. Using simple computational tools (Excel files), students can perform simple manipulations on the different coefficients of the model to understand the role of each of its five terms. Students can use the spreadsheets to determine model parameters by optimising the agreement with real atomic mass data. This will subsequently be used to predict the limit of existence of the Segré chart and to find the minimum mass of a neutron star. In this talk, I'll present the material/activities we have created so far and I'll discuss my personal experience in the world of outreach.

Monday, Dec 07 at 11:00 AM
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Xilin Zhang, The Ohio State University
Ab initio nuclear scattering and reaction calculation and its synergy with experiments

Abstract:  One central paradigm in contemporary nuclear theory is to predict nuclear phenomena starting from nucleon interactions rooted in quantum chromodynamics. An array of many-body methods, combined with growing computational capabilities, have pushed such structure calculations to compute medium-mass nuclei. However, the calculations for scattering and reactions are much more limited, and their synergy with experimental measurements has rarely been discussed. A method that works for heavier nuclei and can efficiently incorporate outside information will be valuable for nuclear astrophysics and the coming FRIB program. In this talk, I will present my research program on developing such a method by using a computer-experiment strategy. I will highlight recent encouraging results on neutron-alpha and neutron--Oxygen-24 scattering. I will then discuss two essential components of the method: cluster-level theories and data analysis tools, their applications within and outside my ab initio method, and their ongoing developments in my research. They will demonstrate the organic synergy of the ab initio calculations and experimental measurements and point out future steps to generalize the ab initio method for reactions and three-cluster systems.

Tuesday, Dec 08 at 11:00 AM
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FRIB TA Fellow Candidate - TBD
Wednesday, Dec 09 at 11:00 AM
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Ermal Rrapaj, University of California, Berkeley - University of Minnesota
FRIB TA Fellow Candidate - TBD
Wednesday, Dec 09 at 4:10 PM
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Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Exotic Atoms and Molecules for Nuclear Science

Abstract:  Precise knowledge of the interaction between the atomic nucleus and the surrounding electrons offers a complementary insight into the atomic nucleus and the fundamental particles and forces of nature. Exotic atoms and molecules - those containing nuclei with extreme proton-to-neutron ratios - can be tailored to investigate particular details of electron-nucleon interactions and enhanced their symmetry-violating properties. Thereby offering high sensitivity to access to unexplored nuclear phenomena, to study the violation of fundamental symmetries, and to search for new physics. In this talk, I will present recent results from laser spectroscopy experiments of these exotic species. The relevance of these results to some of the main questions of nuclear science will be discussed.

Thursday, Dec 10 at 11:00 AM
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Mario Gomez Ramos, Institut fur Kernphysik, TU Darmstadt
Study of various nucleon-removal reactions: asymmetry dependence of (p, pn) reactions and their application to borromean systems, kinematics of (p, 3p) reactions, and nonlocality in (d, p) reactions

Abstract:  Nucleon removal (p, pN) reactions at intermediate energies have proven to be a strong tool to extract spectroscopic information from atomic nuclei. The development in recent years of high-density proton targets within radioactive beam facilities has allowed for the study of exotic asymmetric nuclei. Beyond their spectroscopic potency of (p, pN) reactions, they have received special interest as they may allow to clarify the current open question of the asymmetry dependence of the reduction factors (ratios between experimental and theoretical cross sections),which was found to be different for nucleon transfer [1] and nucleon knockout reactions with heavy targets (9Be and 12C) [2]. In this talk, I will present results for (p, pn) and (p, 2p) reactions using the Transfer to the Continuum formalism [3], focusing on the study of the reduction factors for different isotopes of oxygen and nitrogen recently measured by the R3B collaboration at GSI, Germany [4]. I will also present an extension of the Transfer to the Continuum formalism to study (p, pn) reactions applied to Borromean nuclei, in particular 11Li and 14Be. In order to further exploit the high-quality proton targets, (p, 3p) reactions appear as a promising probe to populate and study very neutron-rich nuclei, as the population of the second 2+ state in 78Ni from 80Zn(p, 3p) has shown [5]. Unfortunately, the mechanism through which (p, 3p) reactions take place is still unclear. As a first step to understand them, I will present a simple kinematical study of (p, 3p) reactions for recently measured cross sections and angular distributions for medium-mass nuclei. Finally, in a rather tangential topic I will present some results obtained in the application of non-locality to continuum-discretized coupled-channel (CDCC) calculations of (d, p) reactions, whose main result is the reduction of the dependence on the nucleon-nucleon interaction which was found for more approximate adiabatic calculations. [1] F. Flavigny et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 122503 (2013) [2] J. A. Tostevin and A. Gade, Phys. Rev. C 90, 057602 (2014) [3] A.M. Moro, Phys. Rev. C 92, 044605 (2015) [4] L. Atar et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 052501 (2018) [5] R. Taniuchi et al, Nature 569, 53 (2019)

Friday, Dec 11 at 11:00 AM
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Nicole Vassh, University of Notre Dame
FRIB TA Fellow Candidate - TBD
Monday, Dec 14 at 9:00 AM
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ISNET 2020 Virtual pre-conference , December 14-18 2020
The Information and Statistics in Nuclear Experiment and Theory (ISNET) Virtual pre-conference December 14-18 2020

Abstract:  Due to the spread of COVID-19, the ISNET Local Organizing Committee will postpone the in-person conference for 2021. Virtual pre-conference December 14-18 2020, updates will follow. Thank you for your understanding. The Virtual pre-conference will be held from December 14 to 18 2020; in the format of 30-40 min. talk with 20-30 min. for discussions led by a panel and the speaker. A few ideas for lectures are: 1. Bayesian Basics 2. Model Emulation 3. Model Mixing 4. ML techniques for statistical analysis 5. Advanced Statistics Techniques for Analyzing Experimental Data 6. Resampling Techniques (e.g. bootstrap) Please contact us should you have any questions or ideas at isnet@frib.msu.edu

Monday, Dec 14 at 11:00 AM
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FRIB TA Fellow Candidate - TBD
Tuesday, Dec 15 at 11:00 AM
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Bijaya Acharya, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz
Nuclear electroweak structure in effective field theories

Abstract:  Studying interactions of photons and leptons with nuclei not only helps us find answers to some of the most important questions in atomic physics, astrophysics, cosmology and neutrino physics, but also serves as a probe of several interesting short- and long-range phenomena in nuclei. This feature can be best exploited by looking at nuclei through the different lenses---appropriate for the length scale of the problem at hand---provided by a hierarchy of nuclear effective field theories. I will discuss chiral and pionless effective-field-theory studies of electroweak reactions of the deuteron, calculations of electric dipole transition strength of halo nuclei in halo effective field theory as well as electromagnetic responses of Helium-4, Oxygen-16 and Calcium-40 in coupled-cluster theory. Connections to radioactive ion beam experiments will be emphasized.