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The DOE Isotope Program’s Virtual Seminar Series - On the Horizon: Novel Isotopes and Future Leaders
This presentation opportunity will allow for junior scientists to showcase their research results to various Federal staff and members of the isotope community including DOE, National Laboratory researchers and various institutes of higher education. Talks for this session include:

“Investigating High-Energy Proton-Induced Reactions on Spherical Nuclei: Implications for the Pre-Equilibrium Exciton Model”

“Heavy-Ion Production of Theranostic 149Tb for Potential Medical Applications”

Dec 17, 2020 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Morgan Fox
Morgan Fox is a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley working in the Nuclear Data Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His work to date has focused on proton-induced reactions to better quantify production routes for PET imaging isotopes relevant to the medical community. Morgan's work is part of a "Tri-laboratory" collaboration between Brookhaven National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and he is using the joint effort to additionally contribute to the optimization of pre-equilibrium calculations for high-energy charged-particle reaction modeling. Morgan is an Engineering Physics graduate from Queen's University, Canada, and joined the Nuclear Data Group in 2018 after receiving his Master of Engineering from UC Berkeley
John Wilkinson
John Wilkinson is a 4th year PhD candidate at the University of Notre Dame studying nuclear physics under Dr. Graham Peaslee. He graduated from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania with a physics degree. His current focus is studying applications of nuclear reactions for medical and environmental purposes. These include heavy-ion reactions for isotope production and ion beam analysis for toxin screening such as PFAS.