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Dr. C.J. Solomon

Dr. C.J. Solomon
BS-ME 2006, MS-NE 2007, PhD-NE 2010; Dr. C.J. Solomon assisted Prof. Shultis with the design of novel high-efficiency neutron detectors with Monte-Carlo computer codes. His MS work included the design of new "non-streaming" perforated detectors, which have now shown the highest efficiency ever recorded for perforated neutron detector structures at 35% thermal neutron intrinsic detection efficiency. Dr. Solomon received his MS in nuclear engineering in Spring of 2007. On a project unrelated to the SMART Laboratory, he recently finished his PhD. , in Dec. 2010, under the direction of Prof. Shultis on Monte-Carlo modeling methods, and now works at Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, NM. At graduation, Dr. Solomon had 7 published papers in archival journals and conference records, and one allowed patent. Advisor: J. Kenneth Shultis


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C.J. Solomon and Walter McNeil are working together on the perforated detector designs.
C.J. Solomon and Walter McNeil are working together on the perforated detector designs.



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