Kenneth S. Krane
Professor of Physics
Mailing Address: Office:
Department of Physics 367 Weniger Hall
301 Weniger Hall (541) 737-1692
You can find my complete c.v. here.
research in nuclear physics centers around two projects.
One involves the study of nuclear structure
through the analysis of complex gamma decay schemes, based on the
high-resolution analysis of the gamma spectra and on the determination
angular correlations of the gamma rays to confirm spin-parity
For more information about this project, including recent
publications and a list of thesis projects, click here.
The second area of research involves the determination of neutron capture cross sections using the neutron irradiation facilities in the reactor at the
For a complete
list of our research publications, click here.