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RSCS Health Physicist Adam Kryskow has Passed Part II of the CHP Certification Exam!
Posted on January 16th, 2015

RSCS is pleased to announce that Adam Kryskow has passed Part II of the Certified Health Physicist certification exam! Our latest CHP has been busy completing a number of shielding evaluations for our clients in the nuclear power, medical and industrial market sectors, using Los Alamos National Laboratories Monte-Carlo n-Particle (MCNP) radiation transport code. In addition, he has been completing decommissioning, remediation and final status surveys (MARSSIM and MARSAME), processing data using C/C++, MATLAB, Excel w/ VBA, Perl, and Python, developing a criticality accident detector and authoring and reviewing technical documents, proposals, procedures, and peer-reviewed journal articles.

Adam started his employment with RSCS in October 2006 as a laborer supporting a thorium decommissioning project in New Hampshire. During this period, Adam took an interest in Health Physics and decided to complete his BS degree in Health Physics at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (UML). While working part time for RSCS he entered the graduate program at UML and we supported his master’s thesis in developing a unique criticality detection system. Today, he still shows great interest in Health Physics and is eager to learn new aspects of our profession. We take great pride in knowing that we influenced his career choice and we are confident he made the right decision. Adam is a valued member of our Health Physics technical team and we congratulate him in this recent accomplishment!

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