Steve Reese

Dr. Reese earned his Ph.D. in Radiological Health Sciences from Colorado State University in 1997 after earning a B.S. in General Science at Oregon State University in 1991. Dr. Reese has been at OSU since 1997 and Director of the Radiation Center since 2005.

Dr. Reese’s fields of interest: radiation protection, activation analysis, radiation shielding, neutron radiography and dosimetry.

Prior to OSU, Dr. Reese served in the External dosimetry section (1991-1993), Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory; OSU Radiation Safety Office (1997-1998). Reactor Administrator (1998 -2005), OSU Radiation Center. He is a Member of; Health Physics Society, American Board of Health Physicists, and American Nuclear Society.

TECHNOLOGIES
The Hybrid Solid State-Scintillator for Alpha Gamma/x-ray & Neutron Detection
An Apparatus and Process For Optimizing Radiation Detection Counting Times Using Machine Learning
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