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Queen's Particle Astrophysics - Postdocs

 
Bei Cai

Bei Cai (contact)

I'm a postdoc working on both SNO and DEAP. For SNO, my focus right now is on the NCD data analysis, working on an alpha-pulse fitter. For the DEAP experiment, my work includes exploring the pulse-shape discrimination power in liquid Argon, as well as Monte-Carlo simulation of the detector response.

 
Anna Davour

(contact) Anna Davour

After defending my thesis about an indirect dark matter search in 2007, I came to Queen's from Uppsala for the opportunity to work with a SNOLAB experiment. It is a very stimulating environment, with all of the various efforts going on. My own work has so far been focused on PICASSO: calibration, installation and some analysis.

 
Victor Golovko

Victor Golovko (contact)

I am a research fellow in the Department of Physics at Queen's University. I have joined the group in July, 2008. My project concentrates on astroparticle physics at SNOLAB (2 km underground at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory site near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada) facility. My main activity involves DEAP experiment (Dark matter search with liquid argon). This experiment addresses questions about the nature of dark matter and dark energy, and how these relate to the origins of our universe. The work includes Monte-Carlo simulations with GEANT4 for detector design, detector development, and data analysis for the extraction of physics results.

 
Marcin Kuzniak

(contact) Marcin Kuzniak

I started my work at Queen's in January 2009 and I'm focused on DEAP dark matter experiment. Before, during my grad studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and at the Paul Scherrer Institute, I had been involved in slightly different physics (physics of cold and ultracold neutrons, neutron electric dipole moment). Currently, I am working mainly on Monte Carlo simulations of the detector and reduction of radioactive backgrounds (using ultra pure polymer coatings), plus some unrelated R&D and mining, occasionally.

 

Current Status of Past Postdocs

Berta Beltran

PostDoc at University of Alberta.

Xiongxin Dai

Research scientist at Chalk River.

Marie DiMarco

PostDoc at University of Geneva.

Fraser Duncan

SNOLAB associate director in Sudbury.

Kevin Graham

Faculty position at Carleton.

Laura Kormos

Lecturer at University of Lancaster, UK.

Carsten Krauss

Faculty position at University of Alberta.

Jose Maneira

Staff physicist at LIP, Lisbon, Portugal.


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