Many-Body Nuclear Dynamics Group Theses

Author/Degree
Thesis Title
Present Occupation
Tracy K. Steinbach
Ph.D. Chemical Physics
(2016)
Near and Sub-Barrier Fusion of Neutron-Rich Oxygen and Carbon Nuclei Using Low-Intensity Beams Physicist, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Zachary Q. Gosser
M.S. Chemistry
(2012)
Using induced signals to sense position with a microchannel plate detector Analytical Chemist, AIT Laboratories
Michael J. Rudolph
M.S. Chemistry
(2011)
Measuring fusion cross-sections for the 20O + 12C system at near barrier energies Assistant Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Bellarmine University, KY
Alan B. McIntosh
Ph.D. Chemistry
(2010)
Binary and Ternary Breakup of Excited Projectile-like Fragments Produced in Collisions of 124,136Xe Nuclei with 112,124Sn Targets at E/A = 50 MeV Postdoctoral Associate, Texas A&M University
Brian P. Davin
Ph.D. Chemistry
(2001)
Development of LASSA: A Large Area Silicon Strip Array for Nuclear Reaction Studies and Investigation of Mid-Velocity Fragment Emission in 14Cd + 92,98Mo Reactions at E/A = 50 MeV INAir Aviation Services Co.
Todd A. Bredeweg
Ph.D. Chemistry
(2001)
Heavy-Ion-Induced Ternary Fission as a Probe of the Dynamical Decay of Excited Nuclei Staff Scientist, LANL (4/2002)
Ethan L. Hull
Ph.D. Physics
(1998)
Charge Collection Physics in Germanium Detectors. PhDs Co.
Dave Bracken
Ph.D. Chemistry
(1996)
Exclusive Light-ion-induced Multifragmentation Studies Using the Indiana Silicon Sphere (ISiS). Staff Scientist, LANL.
Todd Hamilton
Ph.D. Chemistry
(1996)
Multifragmentation of Highly Excited Nuclei. Professor, Georgetown College.
K.N. McDonnald
M.S. Chemistry
(1995)
ISiS: A Three-dimensional Detector Array; and Reaction Product Cross Sections for the p + 28Si Nuclear Reaction at 200 MeV. Environmental monitoring.
Kevin B. Morley
Ph.D. Physics
(1994)
Multifragmentation and Energy Dissipation in the 1.8-4.8 GeV 3He + Ag,Au Reactions. Staff Scientist, LANL.
Erin Renshaw Foxford
Ph.D. Chemistry
(1994)
Studies of Fragment Emission in Light-ion-induced Nuclear Reactions. Software Engineer, Microsoft.
Doug E. Fields
Ph.D. Physics
(1992)
Intermediate-mass Fragment Production in Intermediate-energy Nuclear Reactions. Research Scientist, New Mexico University.
Sherry J. Yennello
Ph.D. Chemistry
(1990)
Fragmentation in Light-ion-induced Nuclear Reactions. Professor, Texas A&M University.
Terry Walker
Ph.D. Astrophysics
(1987)
Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Ohio State University.
Mirek Fatyga
Ph.D. Physics
(1986)
Limits to Complete Fusion and the Evolution of Nuclear Reaction Mechanism in the E/A = 10-100MeV energy regime. Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Marlon Walker
M.S. Chemistry
(1983)
Search for Fission-like Breakup in the p+28Si Reaction at 200 MeV. Research Assistant, NIST.