Dr. C. Murray Bartle
Wellington, New Zealand
m. +64 21 1696719
Meetings in developing countries
- An efficient directional fast neutron sensor for a mixed radiation field
- Developing low cost neutron systems for the detection of explosives and drugs
- Contrasting techniques for humanitarian demining and explosive detection using radiation transmission and backscatter
- Developing low cost systems for detection of threat materials
Other presentations and reports
Feature Agency: Nuclear Malaysia, MOSTI, Malaysia
- VISION: 'Nuclear Science and technology for knowledge generation, Wealth creation, and societal and national well-being'. 'Nuclear technology propels the national vision'. MOSTI 2010.
Feature Physicist: Professor N F Barber (MSc DSc Leeds FRSNZ, 1909-1992) - Attitude of a Physicist 1965
C. Murray Bartle
PhD in Physics
Murray has a teaching and research background in applied physics.
Activities since 2005
2016 - Consultant to the Agricultural sector in New Zealand
2011-2015 Contracted part-time lecturer applied physics and 2005-2013 member radiation imaging group
Victoria University of Wellington
2010-present Director and Owner
Penguin Scientific and Medical Ltd
Research, applications of physics in industry, development of new measurement methods, international science and education. Invited presenter to Asia/Pacific countries on industrial uses of neutrons
2005-2010 Principal Scientist
Previously a senior scientist and scientist since 1980. Research team Leader in applying non-invasive techniques in industry
Sketch of Capabilities and Highlights
- A NZer with experience both in NZ and overseas in research and tertiary teaching.
- Previously a senior lecturer at UCT Cape Town South Africa, and research associate at UW Madison Wisconsin USA and at ANU Canberra Australia.
- Patentee in novel noninvasive methods for evaluating hidden compositions, densities, thicknesses and locations.
Click 'Links'(above) for additional experience & publications. Selected paper (below) - Novel graphical method of contrasting fast neutron and gamma ray absorption in materials
- Bartle, C. Murray; 2014. A fast neutron and dual-energy gamma-ray absorption method (NEUDEG) for investigating materials using a 252Cf source. Radiation Measurements, 63: 32-37.
Also - Use of the method (above) to distinguish fast neutrons and gamma rays in a mixed radiation beam
- Bartle, C.M., Williams, G.V.M., 2011. An efficient directional fast neutron sensor for a mixed radiation field. Radiation Measurements, 46: 1716-1719.