Jeffrey graduated from Purdue University with a B.S.E.E in 1982, accepting a position in the Radiation Science Branch at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Indiana. He earned his M.S.E.E. from NTU in 1993 with an emphasis in Materials and Failure Analysis Techniques. His first technical paper was published in 1986, which examined diffusion and ion implantation techniques and how those processes affected a device's radiation tolerance across a wafer. Since that first publication, he has authored over 80 papers regarding radiation effects, which include Enhanced Low-Dose Rate Sensitivity (ELDRS), Burn-In Effects on Radiation Response, Radiation-Hardening Techniques, Radiation Effects on Various Semiconductor Devices, Single-Event Gate Rupture, Single-Event Burnout, and other relavent areas. He has extensive experience in discrete electrical, radiation, and temperature testing with a solid understanding of test methodologies (e.g., military test standards), using that knowledge for test planning and execution. He has extensive experience performing electrical and radiation testing at different radiation test facilities (e.g., Texas A&M Cyclotron, White Sands Missile Range, NSWC Gamma Cells, NSWC LINAC, and others); and, analyzing electrical and radiation test data (e.g., plotting parameter responses and other data) to determine a device's response to specific environments. In 2017, he retired from the Radiation Science Branch at NSWC Crane and accepted a position at AMENTUM (formerly AECOM) as a senior radiation effects and test engineer supporting NSWC Crane projects as a contractor. Although his previous work experience dealt mainly with semiconductor technologies and components (e.g., discrete transistors, logic gates, Memories, PROMs, ASICs, etc.), his new position at AMENTUM involved planning system-level radiation tests on an Air Force Missile System. A challenge that he willingly accepted, developing an innovative system-level test methodology and completing a successful outcome before leaving AMENTUM in 2021.
Lora has years of experience handling different types of administrative duties. She worked in the hospitality/lodging industry (working from a front desk position into management positions). As an assistant manager, she helped open a newly constructed Bloomington hotel. After its opening, she managed the daily hotel operations as the interim hotel manager. After several years in the hospitality industry, she accepted a new position as a medical administrative assistant. Her duties included checking in and checking out patients, payment receipts, maintaining patient charts, interfacing with internal medical staff, other medical facilities, insurance companies, and pharmacies; maintaining essential stock/supplies; dispensing in-office medications; providing patient billing/account information; and other administrative tasks as needed. Shortly thereafter, her assigned task included being trained as a medical lab assistant (phlebotomy, administering IVs, performing EKGs, processing lab orders, taking patient's vitals, and other lab duties.). After a suitable but short training period, she was assigned to be the office's medical lab assistant. Lora is detailed oriented with a strong demand for quality. She will ensure that we provide a strong customer focus exceeding our customer goals and satisfaction.
We will be available to discuss your radiation concerns and how we can help on Tuesday (7/25/23) and Wednesday (7/26/23)
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