Dr. Kai Vetter is a Professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley and Faculty Senior Scientist and Head of the Applied Nuclear Physics program at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He is director of the Institute for Resilient Communities that was established in 2015 to address the need to better integrate advancements in sciences and technologies with communities through education and outreach locally and globally. Prof. Vetter initiated and still leads the Berkeley Radwatch and DoseNet programs.
Ali Hanks is a Research Scientist and Lecturer in the Nuclear Engineering department at UC Berkeley. She works under Prof. Kai Vetter as a member of the radiation imaging group, mentoring graduate and undergraduate students in nuclear science research. Dr. Hanks operates as the day-to-day lead for the RadWatch and Dosenet teams and runs a summer internship program for high school students sponsored by this outreach program.
Chris is a PhD student primarily acting as a resource for other undergraduate researchers involved with DoseNet and RadWatch or helps with public education at outreach events .
Daniel Solakian is an Undergrad Student Researcher working with the Dosenet/Radwatch team to educate, empower, and provide tools for the public to understand radiation and the environment surrounding them.
Ben recently graduated UC Berkeley with a bachelors in Nuclear Engineering. He currently works with the Radwatch team on spectral analysis, software development, and mechanical design.
Brian is a third year Electrical Engineering and Computer Science student at UC Berkeley who is interested in Gamma Analysis. He currently works with DoseNet/Radwatch and helps out with outreach events and other research.
Akhila Krishnan is a rising freshman at Washington High School. She's interested in computer science, math, and physics. This summer, she's working on analyzing spectral data from DoseNet's cesium iodide sensor. She enjoys swimming, backpacking, and creating unique sculptures.
Eric is a junior at UC Berkeley majoring in Nuclear Engineering and minoring in Public Policy. His work includes outreach across the bay with RadWatch/DoseNet, observing and attributing statistical variations in radiation data, and developing RW/DN's code base for radiation spectrum analysis.
Vikram is a senior at De Anza High School, focused on creating various tools to analyze/model our data. He's interested in the fields of statistics and computer science, and enjoys journalism as a hobby.
Aditya is a rising freshman at Basis Independent Fremont, working with seismic sensors and analyzing data taken from Dosenet’s sensors. He’s interested in computer science, math, and physics, and in his free time, enjoys following basketball and baseball.
Lynn is an undergraduate student at Diablo Valley College working on implementing a new moisture sensor and updating the Dosenet repository. She hopes to transfer to a 4-year college in Fall of 2023.
Kiki Wang is an undergraduate at UC Berkeley majoring in Chemistry. She is interested in studying nuclear chemistry and particles.
Isaac is a third year Mechanical Engineering student at UC Berkeley. He currently works with DoseNet/Radwatch specifically in iterative design of the DoseNet system case array.
Kel is a first year Nuclear Engineer at UC Berkeley with an intended minor in Forestry. They are interested in how radiation interacts with with natural ecosystems and computer science. Kel aims to work on software development and analysis with the RadWatch/DoseNet team.