CUPI2D Instrument Scientist
Dr. Jiao Lin is the lead instrument scientist for the CUPI2D neutron imaging instrument at the Second Target Station (STS) of the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS). He received a B.Sc. degree in physics from Peking University in 1996 and a Ph.D. in materials science from CalTech in 2004. He was a Computational Scientist at the Caltech Center for Advanced Computing Research (2004-2015), and the Neutron Scattering Division at Oak Ridge National Lab (2015-2019). Before heading back to ORNL in late 2020, he worked a stint as the Principal Computational Scientist at the Satelytics Inc., leading research and development to bring scalable machine learning algorithms to remote sensing. Jiao developed the MCViNE neutron ray-tracing simulation framework for simulation of modern, complex neutron sample/sample environments and detector systems. His research interests include the application of super resolution techniques.
Codes and data
- Monte Carlo neutron ray tracing - http://mcvine.org
- Resolutions for Direct Geometry Spectrometers -
- Multiphonon correction for Direct Geometry Spectrometers - https://github.com/sns-chops/multiphonon
- Neutron tomography - https://github.com/ornlneutronimaging/imars3d
- Neutron Bragg Edge modeling - https://github.com/ornlneutronimaging/braggedgemodeling
- Super-resolution for Direct Geometry Spectrometer: Islam F., Lin J.Y., Archibald R., Abernathy D.L., Al-Qasir I.I., Campbell A.A., Stone M.B., Granroth G.E., Super-resolution energy spectra from neutron direct-geometry spectrometers
- Monte Carlo Neutron Ray-tracing: Jiao YY Lin, Hillary L Smith, Garrett E Granroth, Douglas L Abernathy, Mark D Lumsden, Barry Winn, Adam A Aczel, Michael Aivazis, and Brent Fultz, MCViNE–An object oriented Monte Carlo neutron ray tracing simulation package
- Remote Sensing: Frederic Herman, Olivier Beyssac, Mattia Brughelli, Stuart N Lane, Sebastien Leprince, Thierry Adatte, Jiao Y Y Lin, Jean-Philippe Avouac, and Simon C Cox, Erosion By an Alpine glacier
- Mossbauer Diffractometry, Lin, Jiao, Mossbauer diffractometry: principles, practice, and an application to a study of chemical order in 57Fe3Al.
- First-principle calculation of optical properties: Lin J, Lee MH, Liu ZP, and Chen CT, Mechanism for linear and nonlinear optical effects in beta-BaB2O4 crystals