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Brown’s interests lie in the development of advanced radiometric artifacts and new approaches to radiometric sensor calibrations to improve the performance of instruments used in climate change research; absolute stellar, lunar and solar radiometry; and medical imaging.
2012 National Institute of Standards and Technology Bronze Medal for the development of the Hyperspectral Image Projector.
2010 Department of Commerce Gold Medal for the development of the tunable laser calibration facility known as SIRCUS.
2009 Arthur S. Flemming Award.
2004 Department of Commerce Silver Medal for stray light characterization of ocean color spectrographs in the Marine Optical Buoy.
2002 "Electron and nuclear spin interactions in the optical spectra of single GaAs quantum dots," Physical Review Letters 86, 5176-5179 (2001), received a Naval Research Laboratory Alan Berman Research Publication Award.
1998 "Nuclear Spectroscopy in Single Quantum Dots: Nanoscopic Raman Scattering and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance," Science 277, 85 (1997), received a Naval Research Laboratory Alan Berman Research Publication Award.
Characterization and calibration of remote sensing sensors
Sensor Science Divison
Laser Applications Group
1997-present, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD
1995-1997, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
1987-1994, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
1984-1987, GTE Laboratories, Waltham, MA
1983-1984, Lord and Taylor, Braintree, MA
1977-1981, Federal Petroleum, Weymouth, MA
Ph.D. Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
M.S. Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
B.S. Physics, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, MD