IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium 2007|
Several members of the SMART Laboratory headed for Hawai'i to attend the IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium during Oct. 27- Nov. 3, 2007. The conference was
held on the island of O'ahu in Waikiki. Approximately 1600 attended the conference.
Overlooking beautiful Waikiki.
A scenic view on O'ahu.
Hawaiian dancers at Germaine's Luau. Let the Luau begin!
Hula dancers at Germaine's Luau.
Shaking it up at the luau.
Mark Harrison presenting his work on CdZnTe Frisch ring detectors.
A hidden waterfall in a forest on O'ahu.
(From left,) Steve Bellinger, tour guide Stan McRay, a tourist, Mark Harrison and Walter McNeil look over a bay on O'ahu.
Martin Ohmes presenting his research work on Micro-Pocket Fission Detectors.
Mark Harrison walking the beach.
The blowhole, a waterspout on O'ahu.
Walter McNeil presenting his work on perforated neutron imaging arrays.
The usual suspects, Mark Harrison, Walter McNeil and Steven Bellinger, hanging out in Jurassic Park.
Prof. McGregor discussing the details of his poster regarding compact wireless modules for neutron detection and gamma ray spectroscopy.
Dr. Douglas McGregor and wife, Vicky.