Staff scientist in the Space Science and Applications group (ISR-1) at LANL
“A journey from 0.5 km underground to 36,000 km above Earth”
Bio: Caleb Roecker is a staff scientist in the Space Science and Applications group (ISR-1) at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). He joined the group in 2016, after earning his Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from University California Berkeley, and has primarily worked for the LANL Space-based Nuclear Detonation Detection (SNDD) program as part of a team that designs, tests, and builds space-based radiation detectors for verifying the exo-atmospheric domain of the Limited Test Ban Treaty (LTBT). His current major roles are as the Principal Investigator for a flash gamma-ray detector and for an experimental charged particle telescope detector.
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