Michael Vineyard's Research Page

For many years I have been involved in electromagnetic nuclear physics research with the CEBAF Large Acceptance Spectrometer (CLAS) Collaboration in Hall B at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. This work is aimed at developing an understanding of nuclear structure in terms of the fundamental constituents -- quarks and gluons. A copy of a recent paper on measurements of the neutron magnetic form factor can be found here.

Recently I have become interested in applications of nuclear physics to environmental problems. This involves the study of environmental materials using ion-beam analysis (IBA) techniques with the 1.1-MV tandem Pelletron accelerator in the Union College Ion-Beam Analysis Laboratory and Mossbauer spectroscopy. A copy of a recent paper on the analysis of atmospheric aerosols collected in the Adirondack Mountains can be found here and one on the analysis of synthetic turf can be found here.

An almost complete list of my publications can be found here.

Undergraduate students participate in all of my research projects. Below is a list of publications with undergraduate student co-authors(* indicates student co-author).

Below are links to posters and pictures from recent presentations of some of my research students.
Michael Vineyard's Home Page | Department of Physics & Astronomy

Last modified: Wed Oct 23, 2019