Curriculum Vitae

Henry R. Weller

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Contact information

Box 90308, Durham, NC 27708-0308 (919) 660-2633

Education

Ph.D.Duke University1967

Areas of Research

Experimental Nuclear Physics

Conferences Organized

  • Co-chair, Chiral Dynamics International Workshop, 2006/09/16

Professional Service

  • Chair, Faculty Student Interactions Committee, 2005 - present
  • Chair, Chair of Shop Committee, September, 2005 - present
  • member, Library Council, 2004 - present
  • Chair, Student Faculty Interactions Committee, 2004 - present
  • member, PhD Committee for Brian Bunton, 2004 - present
  • Chair, PhD Committee, 2004 - present
  • Member of the Board of Editors, Board of Editors, Physical Review C, December 31, 2008 - 2011
  • Merit Review Team Member, reviewer, March, 2007
  • Review Panel Member, reviewer, January 30, 2007
  • Tenure Committee for Mark Kruse, September, 2006 - December, 2006
  • Chair, Bonner Prize in Nulcear Physics, December 2005
  • Referee, American Physical Society, Division of Nuclear Physics, Program Committee, January 01, 2004 - December 31, 2004
  • Member, HIGS Oversight Committee, January 6, 2002 - December 31, 2004
  • member, Tenure/Promotion Committee for Ashutosh Kotwal, December 2004
  • Reviewer, DOE proposal review, December 2004
  • Member, DOE Review Panel, December 2004
  • Member, DOE Review Panel of SBIR proposals, December 2004
  • Member, DOE Review Panel for the Cold Fusion Research Program, December 2004
  • Chair as DGS, Qualifier Exam Committee, 2002-04
  • Chair, Qualifier Exam Committee, 2002-04
  • Chair, Graduate Student Recruitment Committee, 2002-04
  • Director of Graduate Studies, DGS, 1992-2004
  • Chair(1) and Member(3), Ph.D. Committees, 2002-03
  • Member, MIT/Bates Program Advisory Committee, 2002-03
  • Member, Bates-MIT Program Advisory Committee (PAC), 2001-03
  • Panel member, DOE Review Panel for the LEGS Project, 2001-03
  • Member, DOE Review Panel of the LEGS facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory, 2000-03
  • Member of the Board of Editors, Board of Editors for "Few Body Systems", 2002-03
  • Member, Executive Committee of the Graduate School, 2001-02
  • Member, NSAC Long Range Plan Writing Committee, March 2001
  • Chair, Reappointment Committee for Dr. Ludwig DeBraeckeleer, 1998-99
  • Member, Tenure Committee for Dr. Werner Tornow, 1998-99
  • Chair, Physics Department Nuclear Experimentalist Search Committee, 1998-99
  • Pre-major advisor, 1998-99
  • Pre-major advisor, 1996-97

Selected Recent Invited Talks

  • Measuring the 12C(alpha,gamma)16O Rection by Means of the Inverse Reaction at HIGS, Town Meeting on Astrophysics, Chicago, IL, January, 2007
  • Probing Chiral Dynamics with Photons, QCD Town Meeting, Rutgers University, January, 2007
  • Studies in Chiral Dynamics Using Real Photons, Gordon Conference, Newport, RI, July, 2007
  • QCD Physics at the Upgraded HIGS Facility, Bad Honnef, Germany, November 13, 2006
  • Nuclear Physics at the Upgraded HIgs Facility, International Workshop on Chiral Dynamics 2006, September 18, 2006 [available here]
  • Few body Studies at HIGS, Gordon Research Conference, Tilton, New Hampshire, July 31, 2006
  • Some Recent Results and Proposed Experiments at the Upgraded HIGS Facility, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December 12, 2005
  • The upgraded HIGS Facility, Milos, Greece, September, 2005
  • Compton@HIGS, Trento, Italy, May, 2005
  • Opportunities for Resarch in Nulcear Physics at the High Intensity Gamma-Ray Source (HIGS), UNC Wilmington, April, 2005
  • The HIGS Facility: A New Gamma-Ray Beam for Reserch in Nuclear Physics, University of Notre Dame, April, 2005
  • A High Intensity Gamma-Ray Source for Research in Nuclear Physics, James Madison University, February, 2005
  • The HIGS Facility: New Opportunities for Research in Nuclear Physics, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, October, 2004
  • Future Plans for Measuring the GDH Integrand on the Deuteron at HIGS, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, June, 2004
  • Recent Accomplishments and Opportunities in Nuclear Astrophysics at HIGS, Trento, Italy, June, 2004
  • H. R. Weller, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 19 December 2003
  • H. R. Weller, Colby College, Maine, 21 July 2003
  • H. R. Weller, Honolulu, Hawaii, 19 February 2003
  • H. R. Weller, Honolulu, Hawaii, 12 February 2003
  • Few Body Research at the new HIGS Facility, Trento, Italy, 5 December 2002
  • Low Energy Proton-Radiative Capture Measurements and Astrophysical S-Factors, Prague, Czech Republic, 4 September 2002
  • The Upgrade Project at the HIGS Facility, Tilton, New Hampshire, 20 August 2002
  • A Study of the GDH Sum Rule Integrand for the Deuteron at TUNL and at HIGS, Genova, Italy, 5 July 2002
  • Nuclear Physics results at the HIGS Facility, Frascatti, Italy, 28 June 2002
  • The High Intensity Gamma Ray Source at Duke University, Quebec City, Canada, 3 June 2002
  • Recent Results from the HIGS Facility at Duke University, Massachussets Institute of Technology, 29 April 2002
  • Recent Results and future opportunities at the HIGS Facility, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 7 March 2002
  • Recent results and future research plans at the HIGS Facility, Argonne National Laboratory, 25 January 2002
  • The HIGS Facility, International Symposium on Electromagnetic Interactions in Nuclear and Hadron Physics, RCNP, Osaka, Japan, December, 2001
  • HIGS as a Facility for Nuclear Astrophysics, The Low-q Workshop, Halifax, Nova Scotia, August, 2001
  • A Free Electron Laser Generated Gamma-Ray Beam for Nuclear Physics, The 5th Workshop on Electromagnetically Induced Two-Hadron Emission, Lund, Sweden, June, 2001
  • Open Problems in Radiative Capture Studies of A = 4 Nuclei, the American Physical Society, Washington, DC, April, 2001
  • The TUNL/DFELL HIGS Facility, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, November, 2000
  • Evaluation of some charged particle induced thermonuclear reaction rates, Nucleosynthesis 2000, Washington, D.C., August 20 – 25, 2000
  • A New ƒ×-ray Beam for Nuclear Physics, FEL 2000, Duke University, August, 2000
  • "Present and future studies using a new FEL generated -ray beam at TUNL", Chiral2000 – CEBAF, July 17 – 22, 2000
  • "The nuclear GDH sum rule", GDH2000, Mainz, Germany, June 14 – 17, 2000
  • A new FEL generated gamma-ray beam for nuclear physics, Furman University, April 3, 2000
  • "The threshold contribution to the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn Sum Rule in 3He", “16th International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics,” Taipei, Taiwan, March 6 – 10, 2000
  • The Free Electron Laser generated gamma-ray beam; a new facility for nuclear physics, UNC-Wilmington, November, 1999
  • "TUNL’s new gamma-ray beam", UNC - Chapel Hill, October, 1999
  • "New S-Factor Results from Polarized Proton Capture measurements Below 140 keV", the Tenth International Symposium on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics , Santa-Fe, N.M., Aug.30-Sept.3, 1999
  • "Threshold Contribution to the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn Sum Rule", “First International Asia-Pacific Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics,” Noda/Kashiwa, Japan, Aug. 23-28, 1999
  • "The p+d and the d+p radiative capture reactions with polarized beams below 80 keV", Argonne National Laboratory, July, 1999
  • "Future Few-Body Studies at TUNL Using a Free-Electron Laser Generated Gamma-Ray Beam", the Symposium on Current Topics in the Field of Light Nuclei, Cracow, Poland, June, 1999

Doctoral Theses Directed

  • Konstantin Sabourov, A Unique SEt of Transition Matrix Elements for the 2H(d,gamma)4He Reaction at Ebeam=115 keV, (2003)
  • Steve O. Nelson, Evidence for a Resonance at Ep=127 keV in the 14N(p,gamma)15O Reaction, (2003)

Publications (listed separately)


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