Dr. Samuel Danagoulian

Dr. Samuel Danagoulian

Education
PhD. Physics; October, 1986, Yerevan Physics Institute, Yerevan, Armenia
MA. Physics; July, 1974, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
BS. Physics major, Math Minor, May 1973, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
Area of field of specialization
Experimental Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics
Research Interests
* Experimental Nuclear Physics: reactions of electro- and photoproduction on hydrogen and nuclei, channeling radiation, structure functions of nucleons, neutral pi-meson lifetime.
* Moeller polarimetry.
* Research and development of new detector system for nuclear radiation.
* Medical Physics.
Research topics (1993-2010):
* “Spin Asymmetries on the Nucleon Experiment (SANE)”, E03-109,
* “A High Precision Measurement of the Deuteron Spin-Structure Function g1d/F1d”, E-07-011,
* “Initial State Helicity Correlation in Wide Angle Compton Scattering”, E05-101,
* “Precision Measurement of the neutral pion lifetime via the Primakoff Effect” JLAB experiment E-02-103,
* Co-spokesperson, “The charge form-factor of the neutron”, E-93-026 and E-93-038,
* “Measurement of the Deuteron Tensor Polarization at Large Momentum Transfers in D(e,e'd) Scattering (T20)” E-94-018.
Research Awards:  13 awards from NSF, NASA, NOAA. Total: $1,344,870 as PI and $14,694,305 as co-PI.
Computational: 
* Modeling of random processes using Monte Carlo method.
Professional Experience
2007 -- present:  Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina A & T State University
2000 -- 2006:     Assoc. Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina A & T State University
1993 -- 2000:     Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina A & T State University and Jefferson Laboratory (bridge appointment)
1990 – 1993:     Fellow, Laboratoir de l'Accelerateur Lineaire, Universite Paris XX, Orsay, France
1974 – 1990:     Yerevan Physics Institute, Staff Scientist, Senior Staff Scientist Synergetic Activities
2003 -present:   Grade Appeal Committee Chair, College of Arts and Sciences, NC A&T SU;  NSF proposal Reviewer
2007 – present:  Hall C (JLAB) Steering Committee member.
2007 – present:  Developed and taught a course Introduction to Solar Physics PHYS480
2007-2008:        Mentor for the local school science teachers
2005:                Technical reviewer of physics textbook on “Nuclear and Sub-nuclear Physics”
2001:                Member of the organizing committee of the international congress
1993:                “Second Armenian Scientific World Congress”, UNESCO, Paris, France, September 6-9, 1993