Mr Daniel Harryman

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Research interests

Daniel Harryman currently works on the development of non-invasive beam instrumentation for highly relativistic particle beams, his work focuses on the development of a transverse Beam Position Monitor (BPM) using Cherenkov Diffraction Radiation (ChDR).

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Academic Qualifications:

PhD: Physics, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2018 - Present

Thesis working title: Feasibility Study into Non-Invasive Beam Position Monitor Instrumentation using Incoherent Cherenkov Diffraction Radiation

MEng Electronic Engineering, University of Portsmouth, 2010 - 2015,

Grade - Distinction

Employment History

Electronics Engineer, STFC, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, 2015-2018

Responsibilities include the development of new particle accelerator beam instrumentation and diagnostic devices as well as their associated electrical, electronic and computer systems. Typical beam instrumentation systems will provide information such as beam position, beam intensity, beam profile, and beam loss.

Applications Engineer Intern, National Instruments,2012-2013

Helped customers realise their applications with NI products (such as LabVIEW) by providing technical support.


Certified LabVIEW Architect, National Instruments, 2016 - Present

Certified Professional Instructor, National Instruments, 2019 - Present






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