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Micah Veilleux 757-204-5866

Field Engineer, Software

EDUCATION Graduate GPA: 3.6, Undergraduate GPA: 3.0
M.S. in Applied Physics and Computer Science — Christopher Newport University, Dec. 2010
Thesis: The Effect of Non-Flat Cathode Plane Surfaces in Drift Chambers of the GlueX Experiment.
B.A. with Honors in Physics — Clark University, 2006
Thesis: Statistical and Dynamical Properties of a Vibrated Granular Polymer.

Field Engineer, Software Ion Beam Applications Feb. 2011 – present

Maintain, operate, and upgrade a proton therapy site, focusing on software and IT aspects.

Research Assistant Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Aug. 2007 – Dec. 2010

Jefferson Lab required precise measurements of a particle detector's (drift chamber's) cathode planes, and corresponding research to estimate one aspect of the detector's accuracy.

Research Assistant Clark University Complex Matter Lab
June 2005 – May 2006

The Complex Matter Lab examined macroscopic granular polymers (beaded chains).


C/C++, Java, IDL, R (statistical programming language), ROOT (C++ library for data analysis/plotting), shell scripting, Linux/Unix administration, LaTeX, MS Office, XHTML/CSS, Oracle DB admin.
Comfortable in Linux, Windows, and Mac environments.

Available for relocation. 115 Galaxy Way Yorktown, Virginia 23693