Scientist working on radiation physics in Japan Atomic Energy Agency's Center for Computational Science and e-Systems.

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25 Nov 2019: New paper on simulating the CB-KID neutron microscope in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A. PDF mirror here.

3 Oct 2019: New article in Isotope News on creating 3D models for dose rate calculations. PDF here (in Japanese).


Researcher working for Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) in the Centre for Computational Science & e-Systems, Kashiwa, Japan.

Research topics include radiation physics, health physics, computational science, simulation, data analysis, environmental monitoring, and migration studies of radionuclides.

Previously I worked in nuclear safety analysis in the UK, and completed a PhD in the physics of glass and colloidal suspensions at the University of Bristol.

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