Argonne Accelerator Institute Members
|Argonne National Laboratory|
|Intense Pulsed Neutron Source, Neutron Science Group|
Applied nuclear and accelerator physics including: physics and technology of spallation neutron sources; accelerator-based active interrogation methods for detection of illicit substances; measurements and calculations to characterize neutron and gamma radiation environments; gamma spectroscopy; and radiation detection, dosimetry, and shielding.
Areas of Research Interest
Selected List of Publications
- B. J. Micklich, “Target Considerations for a Very Cold Neutron Source,” Proceedings of the Third High-Power Targetry Workshop, Bad Zurzach, Switzerland (10-14 Sept. 2007).
- D. L. Smith and B. J. Micklich, “Neutron Activation Data for Neutron Interrogation Applications,” International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology, American Institute of Physics (2005).
- B. J. Micklich and D. L. Smith, “Fissile Material Interrogation Using High-Energy Gamma Rays,” Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B241, 782-786 (2005).
- J. D. Cole, M. W. Drigert, R. Aryaeinejad, D. W. Nigg, R. V. F. Janssens, B. J. Micklich, and G. Ter-Akopian, “INL Capabilities for Nuclear Data Measurements Using the Argonne Intense Pulsed Neutron Source Facility,” Proceedings of the International Workshop on Nuclear Data Needs for Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems, Antwerpen, Belgium (April 2005).
- B. J. Micklich, E. B. Iverson, D. W. Freeman, R. G. Cooper, P. D. Ferguson, F. X. Gallmeier, S. E. Hammons, I. Popova, D. V. Baxter, and C. M. Lavelle, “Spectral Intensity Benchmarking on IPNS Beamlines,” ICANS-XVII, Santa Fe, NM USA (April 2005).
- B. J. Micklich and J. M. Carpenter, “Slower, Colder, Longer: Prospects for a Very Cold Neutron Source,” ICANS-XVIII, Dongguan, China (April 2007).
- B. J. Micklich, E. B. Iverson, M. Wohlmuther, and F. X. Gallmeier, “Characterization of the IPNS Radiation Effects Module,” AccApp-2008, Pocatello, Idaho (July 2007).