Introduction: Dave Irizarry

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dirizarry
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Introduction: Dave Irizarry

Post by dirizarry » 24 Feb 2017, 15:28

Greetings,

My name is Dave Irizarry, and I'm a Software Engineer living in Seattle, WA. Over the past couple of years I've taken on an interest in Nuclear Science, radiation measurement, spectroscopy, and naturally occurring radio isotopes. I have a new GSB-2020-PRO on order as well as a Neutron Detector. I look forward using this new equipment for further explorations in the nuclear science field.

I am by no means an expert on these topics, but I do enjoy gradually learning new concepts in nuclear science, radiation interaction with matter, radiation detection, do it yourself projects, etc.

Thanks,

Dave Irizarry,
Seattle WA

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Re: Introduction: Dave Irizarry

Post by Martin4s » 20 Mar 2017, 17:24

Very Good me to. My Ego was left off in a Mathematical form :-)

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Re: Introduction: Dave Irizarry

Post by MartinM » 20 Mar 2017, 23:18

Just another software engineer with passion for nuclear physics :-)
Martin Malik, http://www.hwinfo.com

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