EESD Review: Research Area

Research Area: Sensors and Controls

In science and mentoring, an image of the future with Philip Bingham

Philip Bingham has two pieces of advice for researchers new to Oak Ridge National Laboratory:  (1) develop a skill set that can be applied to multiple research areas, and (2) get out and meet folks across the lab.  “The favorite part of my work is that I’ve done a lot of very...

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Algorithms, signals and sensors for secure systems: Ryan Kerekes

Ryan Kerekes has been fascinated by how data can have real-world impacts since he first started programming in elementary school. That curiosity has led him to a career in which he creates algorithms, signal processing schemes, and hardware systems that provide real-world solutions for...

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Cutting through the noise with Singanallur Venkatakrishnan

Singanallur “Venkat” Venkatakrishnan is helping scientists get a better view of objects under study by some of Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s most powerful instruments by creating algorithms that turn data into 3D renderings with fewer images. The result is a better understanding of the inner...

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Setting the standards for testing with Christina Forrester

Christina Forrester’s meticulous nature is a plus for her work leading technical testing and analysis of radiological and nuclear detection devices, whether that work takes her to the Desert Southwest or to her own lab outfitted with specialized equipment at Oak Ridge. Forrester directs Oak...

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Exploring oil and gas production: Technologist in Residence program kicks off with field visit

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) researchers in multiple disciplines recently paid a field visit to exploration and production company Pioneer Natural Resources as part of a new Technologist in Residence (TIR) program. The partnership is focused on advanced materials and coatings, smart...

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