Scientific Engineering Associate
Hannah is a scientific engineering associate in the applied nuclear physics program. She collaborates on a variety of projects related to mobile radiation detection, scene data fusion, gamma ray detector characteristics, and through-wall radar applications.
Prior to joining LBNL in 2022, Hannah spent time working as a research assistant at Cornell University where she utilized incoherent scatter radar methods to study the Earth’s ionosphere. Hannah additionally has experience researching in the fields of neuroimaging, experimental particle physics, theoretical biophysics, and passive-source seismology from her time as an undergraduate student.
B.S., Physics, Case Western Reserve University. 2019.