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Dr. Martin Ohmes

Dr. Martin Ohmes
BS-EE 2003, MS-NE 2006, PhD-NE 2012; Dr. Martin Ohmes worked on a research project with Dr. McGregor and Dr. Shultis developing Micro-Pocket Fission Detectors (MPFD) for use as real time power density monitors in a nuclear reactor core. Martin presently works at FLIR (formerly ICx) in Tennessee. As part of his research, Dr. Ohmes designed and fabricated what were at the time the tiniest fission chambers in existence. These devices are capable of operating in pulse, mean-square voltage and current mode, depending upon reactor power levels. At the time of graduation, Dr. Ohmes had five publications. Advisor: Douglas S. McGregor


E-mail:martinohmes@gmail.com

Martin Ohmes
Martin Ohmes

Martin is working in a vacuum-gas fill glove box system he built for filling the MPFD with gas.
Martin is working in a vacuum-gas fill glove box system he built for filling the MPFD with gas.

2 AM and still going!  Martin is trying to finish up some circuitry for the uranium electroplating system, ASCEFI.
2 AM and still going! Martin is trying to finish up some circuitry for the uranium electroplating system, ASCEFI.

From left to right, Martin Ohmes, Dr. McGregor, and Mark Harrison visit the aircraft carrier Midway after attending the 2005 SPIE conference in San Diego.
From left to right, Martin Ohmes, Dr. McGregor, and Mark Harrison visit the aircraft carrier Midway after attending the 2005 SPIE conference in San Diego.



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