|Mail Address:||MC 171-B1, JPL, Pasadena, CA, 91109|
|Phone:||(818) 354 2605|
|Fax:||(626) 449 8676|
present: NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Space Instrumentation Section
[2000-2005] Space Radiation Laboratory in the Division for Physics, math and Astronomy at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, CA
[1995-2000] NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, the High-Energy Cosmic-Ray Group of the Laboratory for High-Energy Astrophysics (LHEA).
I work on a lot of different projects to a larger or lesser degree. My main interest is currently the TIGER project, and consequently its obvious large-scale successor HNX. I try to be useful for the IMPACT system on the STEREO mission, upcoming missions like ACCESS, and I still consider myself part of the ISOMAX project. In addition, I do general detector development work and materials testing/development for space missions.
And in the end, we learn about the universe, the biggest thing there is, by looking at the smallest things that can be looked at. Measuring single particles and single photons.
My educational history, list of publications and similar boring things can be found in my resume: (HTML / PostScript / PDF). Possibly out of date.