Outside of lab, you might find Allison playing soccer, hiking, reading about cephalopods, or photosynthesizing somewhere sunny.
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Allison Lim, Jonathan Arrue, Paul B. Rose, Alan Sellinger, Anna Erickson
Hard X-Ray, Gamma-Ray, and Neutron Detector Physics XXII, 2020 Jul 19
Allison Lim, Jonathan Arrue, Paul B. Rose, Alan Sellinger, Anna S. Erickson
ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 2(8), 2020 Jun 12, pp. 3657-3662
Allison Lim, Griselda Hernandez, Joseph Latta, Henok A. Yemam, Wasana Senevirathna, Uwe Greife, Alan Sellinger
ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 1(6), 2019 Mar 21, pp. 1420-1429
Allison Lim, Adam Mahl, Joseph Latta, Henok A. Yemam, Uwe Greife, Alan Sellinger
Journal of Applied Polymer Science, vol. 136(15), 2019 Mar 14
Adam Mahl, Allison Lim, Joseph Latta, Henok A. Yemam, Uwe Greife, Alan Sellinger
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment, 2018 Jan 28, pp. 113-118
Commercial and synthesized cross-linkers as well as novel synthesized dopants mitigate undesirable plasticizing effects in PSD capable plastic scintillators.
Polysiloxane scintillators with low dopant loadings (<5 wt%) perform similar to or better than commercial thermoplastic scintillators.
Plastic scintillators can be fabricated via photopolymerization without sacrificing radiation detection capabilities.
Functionalizing the surface of 2D MXenes allows for workfunction modification and enhanced solubility.
Organobismuth dopants were synthesized for gamma ray spectroscopy in plastic scintillators.
Allison Lim, PhD
Materials Science Program
Colorado School of Mines