Joshua joined the group in September 2010. He is researching new applications for the analog Polaris system. He worked on the temperature response of the system, as well as characterizing new detector manufacturing techniques. He is exploring applications for thin detectors as well as for neutron detection with gamma detectors, and is designing a new Polaris system for black-box radioactive material identification.
Bachelors of Science in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan 2010
Internships and Jobs
Schlumberger Princeton Technical Center, Summer 2010
Project: Feasibility of SiC neutron monitor for regulating DT fusion output during oil well logging