Arthur W. Haberl

Laboratory Associate

EDUCATION: B.S., Empire State College, 1979

EMPLOYMENT:
1984 - 2011 Assistant Director, Accelerator Laboratory, University at Albany
1985 - Present Research Associate
1970 - Present Safety Officer (Safety, Radiation Safety, & User Training),
           University at Albany
1970 - Present Accelerator Chief Engineer, Accelerator Laboratory University at Albany

TENURE: September 1, 1978

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

Involved in design and development of particle accelerator facilities and equipment since 1964. Responsible for design, development, installation, and management of most of the current facilities in the University at Albany Accelerator Laboratory. Those designs include high vacuum and ultra-high vacuum beamline systems, ion sources and ion optics equipment, precision target positioning apparatus, precision beam positioning apparatus and electronic control systems.

Designed and developed extensive upgrades to the SUNYA Dynamitron Accelerator, including mechanical redesign and remanufacture of the accelerator stack.

Initiated and supervised a complete redesign of the accelerator control electronics system, including high precision solid-state analog circuitry, analog automation circuitry and computer automation of the accelerator system.

Initiated, supervised and participated in development of the SUNYA microcomputer systems now used for data taking and analysis.

Designed and implemented the SUNYA microbeam facility. Initiated, supervised, and participated in the second-generation upgrade of the microbeam microcomputer control system.

Consultant on accelerator technology, automation and computer control, and designed and installed microcomputer control system for research data gathering. Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, 1982, 1985.

Consultant on Accelerator Automation, Fudan University Tandem Accelerator Project, 1986.

Microbeam Consultant, Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar. 1995-2000.

AWARDS
Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service, 1978

GRANTS:
Indo-US Project for the Development of a Microbeam Facility, 1995. Designed, developed and installed Microbeam system at Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India.

Fudan University, $140,000, 1985-1987. Design development and installation of a microbeam facility for Fudan University, Shanghai, China.

MEMBERSHIPS:
University at Albany Radiation Safety Committee, 1970 - present SNEAP (An international accelerator engineer's organization).

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

"Characteristics of Albany's Compact High Resolution Magnetic Spectrometer," W.A. Lanford, S. Bedell, S. Amadon, A.W. Haberl, W. Skala and B. Hjorvarsson, Oral presentation at 14th International Ion Beam Analysis Conference, July 2-30, 1999, Dresden, Nuclear Instruments and Methods B161-63 (2000) 202.

"Characterization of Fluorinated Silicon Dioxide Films by Nuclear Reaction Analysis and Optical Techniques, " A. Kumar, H. Bakhru, A.W. Haberl, R.A. Carpio and A. Ricci. U.S. AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol 392, Part 1 (1997) 697-700.

"Improved High Energy Microbeam Techniques," A. Kumar, A. Haberl, H. Bakhru, B. Rout, NIMB, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 130, (1997) 219-223.

"RBS Analysis with a 1 Micron Beam," W.G. Morris, W. Katz, H. Bakhru, and A.W. Haberl, J Vac, Sci. Technol. B3 (1), (Jan/Feb 1985) 391-394.

"Materials Characterization with a He+ Microbeam," W.G. Morris, H. Bakhru, and A.W. Haberl, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B10/11 (1985) 697-699.

"Microbeam Analysis of Microelectronic Circuits," W.G. Morris, H. Bakhru, and A.W. Haberl, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B15 (1986) 661-663.

"A Scanning Nuclear Microscope," W.G. Morris, H. Bakhru, and A.W. Haberl, Microbeam Analysis 1984, EDS. A.D. Rumig, Jr., and J.I. Goldstein (San Francisco Press, 1984).

"Automatic Beam Alignment Techniques," presented at the 1986 SNEAP Conference, published in the proceedings of that symposium.