Ian Halvic is a Ph.D. student currently working in the field of neutron detection under Professor Prasad. Specifically, he is working to develop data-driven spectrum unfolding methods for scintillation detectors. The goal of these data-driven methods is to more accurately reconstruct the unknown source energy spectrum by leveraging previous measurements performed using the detector system. Halvic graduated from Haverford College in 2013 with a B.S. in Physics, and earned an M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from Texas A&M in 2018.
- I. Halvic and S. Prasad, "Genetic Algorithm for Spectrum Reconstruction of Neutron Sources", 60th Annual Meeting of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), Palm Desert, California, 14-18 July 2019.