NMSU: Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
New Mexico State University
Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Engineering
 
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty

Dr. Steven J. Stochaj, Professor

  PhD, University of Maryland College Park, 1990
Professional CV


Office: Thomas and Brown Hall, Room 221
Phone: (575) 646-4828
Fax: (575) 646-1435
E-mail: stochaj@nmsu.edu
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Teaching

EE 109, EE 162, EE 563

Research

Particle astrophysics, Computer performance

Significant Publications


  • Electron Measurements with the High Energy Particle Calorimeter Telescope (HEPCaT), J.W. Mitchell, T. Hams, J.F. Krizmanic, A.A. Mosieev, M. Sasaki, R.E. Streitmatter, J.H. Adams, M.J. Christl, J.W. Watts, T.G. Guzik, J. Isbert, J.P. Wefel, C.B. Cosse, and S.J. Stochaj, Proceedings of the 31st ICRC, Loʼdzʼ, Poland (2009) OG.1.5 Paper ID 1444.
  • TheOrbiting Astrophysical Spectrometer In Space (OASIS), M. Christl, et al., Proceedings of the 31st ICRC, Loʼdzʼ, Poland (2009) OG.1.5 Paper ID 1151.
  • Orbiting Astrophysical Spectrometer in Space (OASIS), Adams, J., et al., 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, (2008), 22.
  • The Pamela experiment ready for flight, Adriani, O., et al. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, 572 (2007) 471. Cosmic-ray observations of the heliosphere with the PAMELA experiment, Casolino, M., & the PAMELA Collaboration, Advances in Space Research, 37 (2006) 1848.
  • Space qualification tests of the PAMELA instrument, Sparvoli, R., & the PAMELA Collaboration, Advances in Space Research, 37 (2006) 1841.