Radiation Instrumentation Laboratory | Dr. Jae Won Jung

Currently the radiation instrumentation lab in the Department of Physics include

  • Epson Perfection V700 film scanner, FLUKE 451B ion chamber
  • Shielding materials (Lead blocks)
  • MATLAB software and MCNPX Monte Carlo code for dose calculation
  • Amptek X-ray detector and supporting electronics
  • ORTEC SiLi X-ray detector
  • ORTEC Germanium Gamma-ray detector
  • Several ionization chambers and proportional counters
  • Ludlum detectors including 5 survey meters, a neutron detector, and Alpha, Beta and Gamma scintillators
  • Electronics including a Tektronix digital oscilloscope, various Nuclear Instrumentation Module (NIM) bins and electronics, a CANBERRA NIM-based multiport Multichannel Analyzer (MCA) with Genie MCA software, and GUPIX X-ray spectral analysis software
  • Various radioactive sources (East Carolina University currently holds an Agreement State, Broad Academic License, 074-296-1. This license was issued by the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Radiation Protection Section)

ORTEC HPGE detector – Located in E114

Gammex humanoid head phantom – Located in E114

Dell T7500 Workstation (24 cores) – Located in E208

Gas Electron Multiplier – Located in E208