Postdoctoral Research Fellows Supervised

1998-2000:

Dr. David Meekins (Florida State)

Graduate Students Supervised

2010-2014:

Cristina Collicott (Dalhousie University)
Thesis Topic: Precision Polarization Measurements in Gamma-Ray studies of the proton at MAMI.

2008-2012:

David Anez (Dalhousie University)
Thesis Topic: Measurements of the Coulomb Quadrupole amplitude in the γp→Δ(1232) reaction in the low momentum transfer region.

2010-2012:

Jason Sharpe (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Designing and Prototyping a Scintillating Fiber Detector for Hall A at Jefferson Laboratory.

2005-2009:

Jackie Glister (Dalhousie University)
Thesis Topic: Polarization Observables in Low Energy Deuteron Photodisintegration.

1997-2003:

Rikki Roche (Florida State University)
Thesis Topic: Measurements of Polarization Observables in the Electro-excitation of the Proton to its First Excited State. 

1997-2001:

Adam Dooley (Florida State University)
Thesis Topic: High Resolution Study of the 3He(e,ep) Reaction in the Quasielastic Regoin.

Undergraduate Honour's Students Supervised

2011/12:

Jessica Campbell (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Functionality of Hamamatsu Photomultiplier Tube

2009/10:

Cristina Collicott (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Simulations of Improved Trigger Logic for CB-TAPS experiments at MAMI.

2009/10:

Ashley Campbell (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Simulations of Scintillating Fiber Tracking Detector to study Resolutions.

2008/09:

Gail MacInnis (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Feasibility Study of an improved compass for polarized target experiments at JLab

2006/07:

Emily McCullough (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Upgrading the Electron Beam Current Monitor System at Jefferson Lab's Hall A.

2006/07:

Mehran Saadat (joint supervision with Dr. Kevin Hewitt - Dalhousie University)
Thesis Topic: Deposition and Characterization of a Superconductor Composition
Spread Library: La2-xSrxCuO4 (0 < x < 0.16) with Δx=0.0033

2004/05:

Brynle Barrett (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Analysis of Space Charge and Dead Zone effects in the TWIST Spectrometer.

2004/05:

Jackie Glister (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Novel Light Guide for Scintillation Counters in Hall A of Jefferson Lab.

2002/03:

Frank Berghaus (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Feasibility Study of an improved compass for polarized target experiments at JLab.

2002/03:

Joshua Bray (Saint Mary's University)
Thesis Topic: Interactive-Engagement Physics-Teaching Methods: An Evaulation and Inventory.

Undergraduate Student Research Assistants Supervised

(2000 to present)

Nathan Murtha

2012 (NSERC USRA Award): Testing photomultiplier tubes.

Jessica Campbell

2012 (NSERC USRA Award): Testing photomultiplier tubes and analyzing results.
2011 (NSERC USRA Award): Research and development for scintillating fiber coordinate detector.

Rebecca Campbell

2012: Work at MAMI in Mainz, Germany.
2011: Experiment Support for A2 experiments at MAMI: development of yield rate macro.

Ashley Campbell

2011: Research and development for scintillating fiber coordinate system.
2009: Simulation of resolution capabilities of a scintillating fiber tracking detector.

Cristina Collicott

2009: Simulation of new triggering logic for the CB-TAPS at MAMI.
2008: Establishment of a CAMAC-based data acquisition system for detector lab use.

Jason Sharpe

2009: Investigations of scintillating fiber detector design and construction.

Gail MacInnis

2009: Investigations of scintillating fiber detector design and construction.
2008: Feasibility of using a rotating coil magnetometer as a new polarized target compass.
2007: Educational Initiatives (Mini-U) and Jefferson Lab detector development.

Emily McCullough

2007: Experiment simulation/design and experiment support.
2006: LEDEX experiment at Jefferson Lab (equipment development and running).

Jackie Glister

2005: Experiment simulation/design (optimizing roper resonance proposal).
2004 (NSERC USRA Award): Design/simulation of new light guides for Hall A scintillation counters. 

Jennifer Throop

2004 (joint with Psychology Dept.): Investigations of effectiveness of wireless responders in lectures.

Joshua Bray

2004: Computer simulations of electronuclear physics experiments.
2003: Mini-University Physics and other educational initiatives.
2002: OnLine resource tool for Physics-Concept demonstrations.
2001: Educational initiatives in physics: Mini-U and physics concept questions.

Brynle Barret

2003 (NSERC USRA Award): Radiation detector development and experiment support.

Frank Berghaus

2003: Analysis of detector efficiencies and responses for Hall A.
2001 (NSERC USRA Award): Analysis of the Hyper-White Spectrometer efficiency data for Hall A at Jefferson Lab.

Joshua Hone

2000: Programming a Monte Carlo simulation for nuclear reactions.

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