Dr. John W Keller

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Dr. John W Keller

  • RESEARCH AST, FIELDS & PARTICLES
  • 301.286.3871 | 301.286.0212
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 691
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: NASA
  • Curriculum Vitae



    Research

    Atomic and Molecular Physics of Astrophysical Significance, Space Plasma Physics Instrumentation, Charged Particle Optics.

    Positions and Appointments

    Astrophysicist, Astrochemistry Laboratory
    National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland. Postdoctoral research associate Dept. of Chemistry, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Advisory Editor for Fullerene Science and Technology journal. Deputy Project Scientist for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Astrophysicist, Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics, Goddard Space Flight Center.

    Education

    B.S. in mathematics, Texas Tech University, 1977
    M.S. in physical chemistry, Texas Tech University, 1979
    Ph.D. in physical chemistry, University of Maryland, 1984

    Publications

    2005 A Panoramic Plasma Spectrometer: An All-Sky Camera for Charged Particles, O. L. Vaisberg, L. A. Avanov, A. V. Leibov, V. N. Smirnov, J. Keller, T. Moore, D. Chornay, M. Collier, V. S. Troshin, and V. D. Myagkikh, Cosmic Research, 43, 373.
    2003 Optimization Code for an Electrostatic Mirror Charged-Particle Optical Systems, J. W. Keller, Measurement Science and Technology, , 14 N64-N68.
    2002 Tomographic Imaging of Electron Distributions, M.R. Collier, D. J. Chornay, J.W. Keller, et al., Review of Scientific Instruments, 74, 1002.
    2001 New Concept for the Measurement of Energetic Neutral Atom Composition and the Imaging of Their Sources, J. W. Keller, M. A. Coplan, J. E. Lorenz, and K. W. Ogilvie, in Solar and Galactic Composition, R. R. Wimmer- Schweingruber ed., AIP conference proceedings.
    2001 Observations of neutral atoms from the solar wind, with M.R. Collier, T. E. Moore, K.W. Ogilvie, et al., J. Geo. Res., 106, 24,893.
    2001 Low Energy Neutral Atoms in the Magnetosphere, with T. E. Moore, M. R. Collier, J. L. Burch, et al., Geophys. Res. Lett. Vol. 28 , 1143.
    2000 The Low-Energy Neutral Atom Imager for Image, Moore, T.E., D. Chornay, M.R. Collier, F.A. Herrero, J. Johnson, M.A. Johnson, J.W. Keller, J.F. Laudadio, J.F. Lobell, K.W. Ogilvie, P. Rozmarynowski, S.A. Fuselier, A.G. Ghielmetti, E. Hertzberg, D.C. Hamilton, R. Lundgren, P. Wilson, P. Walpole, T. Stephen, B. Van Zyl, P. Wurz, and J.M. Quinn, Space Sci. Rev., 91, 155.
    1999 A Gated Time-of-Flight Tophat Plasma Composition Analyzer for Space Physics Research, John W. Keller, Dennis J. Chornay, Floyd H. Hunsaker, Keith W. Ogilvie, M. A Coplan, Rev. Sci. Inst., 70, 3167.
    1998 Imaging Low-Energy (<1keV) Neutral Atoms: Ion-Optical Design, M. F. Smith, D. J. Chornay, J. W. Keller, F. A. Herrero, M. R. Aellig, P. Bochsler, and P. Wurz, in Measurement Techniques in Space Plasmas - Fields, Geophysical Monograph 103, American Geophysical Union, Washington DC, p.263.

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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