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Jacob Terrell

Jacob Terrell
BS-ME 2018; Jacob began working in the SMART Laboratory in Spring 2019, and was working on high-performance microstructured semiconductor neutron detectors for wearable radiation detection platform. He was introducing a dosimetry option into the platform using compact scintillation spectrometers. He had completed the requirements for a Master Degree in Nuclear Engineering, although his goal was to complete a Doctorate in Nuclear Engineering by December 2022. Sadly, Jacob passed away on November 28, 2021. Jacob was a multi-talented individual and a natural problem solver. His varied talents included bee-keeping, HAM radio operation, marksmanship, mechanics, mathematics, and he had a love for physics, especially regarding space physics and nuclear propulsion. Always helpful and kindhearted, Jacob will be missed by us all. Advisor: Douglas S. McGregor

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Office:124 Ward Hall
Lab:015 and 016 Ward Hall

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