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Alan Poon received his BSc and PhD degrees from the University of British Columbia.   He has been a scientific member at Berkeley Lab since 1998, and the Deputy Director of the Nuclear Science Division since late 2017.  After contributing to the epochal Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) and KamLAND experiments that demonstrated neutrino oscillations in the solar neutrino sector,  he and members of his Neutrino Astrophysics Group have been exploring the mass properties of neutrinos in the MAJORANA, LEGEND, and KATRIN experiments, as well as the implementation of particle detection technologies to other fields.    He is passionate about science outreach and education, and leads the organization of the annual Nuclear Science Day for Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts event at Berkeley Lab.


Publications: Inspire (list, summaryGoogle Scholar

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