Dr. Dan Decman
|Ph.D.||Chemistry, Florida State University||1980|
|B.A.||Chemistry, Lewis University||1975|
Developing radiation detection systems for use in nonproliferation and arms control agreements.
Dr. Dan Decman is coordinating the Lawrence Livermore involvement in the Consortium for Verification Technology. He has a wealth of experience in the area of arms control verification.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has a long tradition in participating and supplying expertise and technology for verification of various international agreements. Students working at LLNL will not only be able to contribute to the next generation of verification technology but also learn to understand the context in which this technology might be employed. Students will have the opportunity to be mentored by scientists and technologist who have been developing and fielding the most innovative technology and approaches to arms control verification for over forty years.