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  • Lois E. Lucas, 68, of Yorktown, VA passed away on June 14, 2020. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Robert Rice and dearest sister, Marilyn Gordon. Born and raised in Chicago, IL, Lois graduated from Thornton High School. She was a resident of Virginia for the past 30 years, where she spent most of her career as a Telecommunications Specialist at Jefferson Lab from 1998 to 2007.

  • Teresa Marie Danforth, 68, of Bluffton, SC formally of Williamsburg, VA passed away Saturday, June 13, 2020 peacefully and surrounded by love in her home. Teresa worked for Jefferson Lab for 31 years in the CFO division as a Senior Procurement Administrator. She had retired from the lab in 2016.

  • About Me


    My role at the labis in the SRF R&D Industry. My work experience is in Electron tunneling.

     

    Skills and Expertise


    • Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
    • X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
    • MATLAB

     

    Schools and Education


    • Temple University

     

    Interests and Hobbies


    • More science
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    My role at Jefferson Lab is as a Process Engineer for the SRF Test Lab.  I am always looking for process improvements to ensure consistently high quality products are delivered efficiently.

    In the past, I have worked at the NIST Center for Neutron Research in Gaithersburg, Maryland maintaining and operating superconducting magnets and cryogenic equipment. More recently, I have worked at Newport News Shipbuilding where I served as the project manager for a variety of process improvement initiatives.

     

     

     

  • About Me


    As a Staff Scientist for Halls A/C, I work closely with users to conduct experiments. I also work with students to facilitate calibrations and analysis for extracting final results.

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    I am a Performance Analyst within the Performance Assurance team here at Jefferson Lab. I have ten years of experience working within the internal audit/performance improvement in both the government and healthcare industries.

  • About Me


    As Staff Scientist in Hall D, I am responsible for quality monitoring, production and analysis of experimental data. I started to work for the lab as a postdoc in 2016. Before that, I was part of the COMPASS collaboration at CERN for almost 10 years.My most memorable experience was when I attended a conference above the arctic circle, including the Northern lights as after-dinner entertainment.My future goals is I want to use my skills to advance the understanding of the strong interaction.

     

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    I'm originally from southern California and made it to Norfolk by way of the U.S. Navy. My job at Jefferson Lab is Electrical Safety Training and Development Specialist. I spent just under 10 years as a nuclear trained electrician onboard an aircraft carrier and was able to experience some awesome things. The most memorable would be flying onto the ship and landing on the flight deck in the middle of the ocean! My goals here at JLab are to strengthen the electrical safety program and help everyone do their job safely and efficiently.

  • About Me


    Hi, I am a SRF Staff Engineer I here at Jefferson Lab.  Prior to this position, I worked as a cryogenic test engineer for SRF to help complete cryomodule performance tests for the LCLS-II project.

     

    Projects


    • LCLS-II

     

    Schools and Education


    • Old Dominion University
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    About Me


    My role at JLab is a Hall A Engineer - Experimental Physics. My previous work experience is as a Technical Design Engineer, Medical Devices at Dilon Technologies (3 years) and as a Mechanical Engineer, Reactor Plant Planning Yard at Newport News Shipbuilding (10 years). My most memorable experience was hiking through the Peruvian Andes. My future goals is to become a subject matter expert within the fields of mechanical engineering and material science.

     

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