Environmental Health Physics

Meeting Schedule

Fall 2014 CUHPS Meeting Schedule

Unless otherwise indicated, the meetings are Fridays from 12:45 - 1:30 p.m. in 150 L. G. Rich Lab

29 Aug.

Konstantin Povod, CHP; Clemson University RSO

Radiation Safety Training

150 Rich Lab, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
5 Sept.

Shanna Estes; Ph.D. Candidate

Hilary Emerson; Ph.D. Candidate

Spectroscopic evidence of Pu(IV) favorability on the surfaces of hematite and quartz

Colloid-facilitated transport of tetravalent actinides on hematite colloids in the presence of Suwanee River fulvic acid

11 Sept Dr. James C. Marra; Associate Laboratory Director, Materials Science and Technology, Savannah River National Laboratory

Fukushima Daiichi Accident and Cleanup Progress


200 Olin Hall, 5-6 p.m.
19 Sept.

Helly Diaz Marcano

Savannah River National Laboratory

International Nuclear Safeguards:
What is it and Who should care about it?

Rich Lab Auditorium 2:30 – 3:30 pm.
3 Oct.

Yu (Helen) Xie; Ph.D. Student


 Ed Helvenston; M.S. Student

A Preliminary Study on Actinide Sorption to Graphene Oxide


North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program: A True Threat?
10 Oct.

Dr. Joseph Shonka;

Shonka Research Associates, Inc

Aircrew, Unrecognized Sources of Radiation, and the Probability of Causation for Cancers

Rich Lab Auditorium 2:30 – 3:30 pm.
24 Oct.

Mara Watson; M.S. Student


Amy Meldrum; M.S. Student

Evaluation of the Shiryaev-Roberts Procedure for On-line Environmental Radiation Monitoring


Light Collection and Detection Efficiency of Scintillating Resin Columns

7 Nov.

Derrell Hood; M.S. Student


David Locklair; M.S. Student

Electrochemical Transformation of Uranium in a Geological Environment


An Alternative Sample Loading Method for Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry
21 Nov.

Yi (Chris) Wen; Ph.D. Student


Erin Black; M.S. Student

Cesium Incorporation into Hollandite


A Look into Actinide Aging to Clay Minerals and the Potential Mechanisms