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Dr David Joss BSc (Hons), PhD, CPhys, FInstP, FHEA.

Reader Physics

    Biography

    Personal Distinctions

    • Invited talk. (Invitation to Speak, Professor Bertram Blank and Organising Committee 2011)
    • Fellow of the Institute of Physics (The Institute of Physics 2010)
    • Scientific Director: XVth UK postgraduate school in nuclear physics (STFC (£63000) 2009)
    • Invited talk: The changing structure of heavy nuclei approaching the N=82 closed shell. (Invitation to Speak, Dr N Ashwood & organising committee. 2009)
    • Invited talk: Spectroscopy of nuclei beyond / approaching the proton drip line (Invitation to Speak, Dr Benoit Gall 2008)
    • Invited talk: Probing the limits of nuclear binding - proton emission from the light Re isotopes. (Invitation to Speak, Dr Paul Greenlees and Dr Iain Moore 2008)
    • Invited talk: Spectroscopy of the neutron-deficient Re & W isotopes using recoil decay tagging. (Invitation to Speak, Prof I Boztosun, Prof S Erturk and Organising Committee 2008)
    • Invited talk: Probing the limits of nuclear existence: Proton emission from Re-159. (Invitation to Speak, Prof Lidia Ferreira et al., 2007)
    • Invited lecture course on 'Spectroscopy of Exotic Nuclei'. (Invitation to Speak, Dr Paul Campbell and Dr Dan Watts (Organisers). 2007)
    • Invited talk: Perspectives on nuclear structure beyond the proton drip line. (Invitation to Speak, Prof Jim Al-Khalili et al., 2007)
    • Invited talk: Changing shapes and structures in heavy nuclei approaching the proton drip line. (Invitation to Speak, JYFL 2006)
    • Invited talk: Changing nuclear structure in heavy nuclei approaching the proton drip line. (Invitation to Speak, European Centre for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas. 2006)
    • EPSRC Advanced Fellowship. (Competitive Fellowship, EPSRC 2005)

    Administrative Roles

    • Faculty Director of Postgraduate Research (Science & Engineering)