Grant Emery was a Master’s student with NSSPI who worked with Dr. Craig Marianno to develop and test a remotely-accessible detection laboratory system to be used by students to conduct a variety of radiation detection experiments via remote desktop. Emery earned his B.S. in Engineering Physics from Colorado School of Mines in 2014, and graduated with an M.S. in nuclear engineering from Texas A&M University in May of 2018. He is currently working for the National Nuclear Security Administration NNSA as a graduate fellow as part of the NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program.
- A. Galindo, G. Emery, and C. Marianno, "Remotely Controlled Radiation Detection Laboratory for Online Education", Available Online (2021).
- G. Emery, "Remotely Accessible Radiation Detection Laboratory for Distance Education", M.S. Thesis, Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2018).
- G. Emery C.M. Marianno, "Remotely Accessible Radiation Detection Laboratory for Distance Education", 62nd Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, 9-13 July 2017.
- C. Marianno, J.T. Falkner, T. Jacomb-Hood, J. Trevino, L. Dromgoole, M. Shah, M. Boyd, G. Emory, D. Murchison, "Mobile Radiation Detection Security Sweeps as Teaching Tool", 61st Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society (HPS), Spokane, Washington, 17-21 July 2016.