Eric Simiele, PhD
Eric Simiele received his B.S. in health physics from Purdue University in 2013. He then obtained his master’s and PhD in medical physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015 and 2019, respectively. At the UW-Madison he worked at the University of Wisconsin Medical Radiation Research Center, which is partnered with the Accredited Dosimetry Calibration Laboratory, where he participated in multiple projects related to radiation dosimetry and metrology. His thesis work focused on characterizing the response of plastic scintillation detectors in the presence of a magnetic field through measurement and Monte Carlo simulation.
Eric joined the Stanford University Medical Physics Residency in 2019.
E. Simiele, R-P. Kapsch, U. Ankerhold, W. Culberson, and L. DeWerd, “Technical note: characterization of spectral changes with measurement geometry and magnetic field strength in light guides used for scintillation dosimetry”, Physics in Medicine and Biology 65, 11NT01 (2020)
E. Simiele and L. DeWerd, “On the accuracy and efficiency of condensed history transport in magnetic fields in GEANT4,” Physics in Medicine and Biology 63, 235012 (2018)
E. A. Simiele and L. A. DeWerd, “Characterization of spectral and intensity changes with measurement geometry in various light guides used in scintillation dosimetry”, Medical Physics 45 (7): 3417-3428 (2018)
E. Simiele, R-P. Kapsch, U. Ankerhold, W. Culberson, and L. DeWerd, “Spectral characterization of plastic scintillation detector response as a function of magnetic field strength”, Physics in Medicine and Biology 63, 085001 (2018)
E. A. Simiele, B. R. Smith, and W.S. Culberson, “Experimental determination of the effective point of measurement in electron beams using a commercial scintillation detector”, Radiation Measurements 107:1-6 (2017)