User:David R. Ingham

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I have a Ph.D. in physics from UCSB, December 1971. I have worked in experimental nuclear physics basic research, instrumentation and sensors, electromagnetic computation and engineering, communications engineering, software and digital hardware development, data visualization, systems engineering and numerical methods. I am becoming interested in teaching high school physics.

I have long been concerned about over-population and over-consumption of energy. I am interested in small cars both in terms of conservation and for sport. I own a 1962 Lotus Super Seven and a 2001 Honda Insight. I have a small knife collection. I am interested in social sciences, and there are and have been several psychotherapists in my family.



List of Publications[edit]

“Schrödinger's Cat”, the early many worlds interpretation, David R. Ingham, submitted to Isis.

“A Hybrid Method Based on Reciprocity for the Computation of Diffraction by Trailing Edges” David R. Ingham, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat., 43 No. 11, November 1995, pp. 1173–82.

“Revised Integration Methods in a Galerkin BoR Procedure” David R. Ingham, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES ) Journal 10 No. 2, July, 1995, pp. 5–16.

“A Hybrid Approach to Trailing Edges and Trailing Ends” David R. Ingham, proceedings of the ACES Symposium, 1993, Monterey.

“Time-Domain Extrapolation to the Far Field Based on FDTD Calculations” Kane Yee, David Ingham and Kurt Shlager IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat., 39 No. 3, March 1991, pp.410–413.

“Numerical Calculation of Edge Diffraction, using Reciprocity” David Ingham, Proc. Int. Conf. Antennas Propagat., IV, May 1990, Dallas, pp.1574–1577.

“Time-Domain Extrapolation to the Far Field Based on FDTD Calculations” Kane Yee, David Ingham and Kurt Shlager invited paper, Proc. URSI Conf., 1989, San José .

(Physical society conference reports have been omitted below where the content is included in articles.)

“Cu (γ,p) X Reaction at E(γ) = 150 and 300 MeV” R. A. Schumacher, G. S. Adams, D. R. Ingham, J. L. Matthews, W. W. Sapp, R. S. Turley, R. O. Owens, B. L. Roberts Phys. Rev. C25 No. 5, 1982, pp. 2269–77.

“A Search for Giant Resonances by Inelastic Proton Scattering on 24Mg” I. Lovas, M. Rogge, U. Shwinn, P. Tureck, D. Ingham Acta Phys. Acad. Sci. Hung. 53, No. 1–2, 1982, pp. 217–23.

“The inclusive (γ,p) Reaction in the Δ(1232) Region” R. A. Schumacher, G. S. Adams, D. R. Ingham, J. L. Matthews, W. W. Sapp, R. S. Turley, B. L. Roberts, and R. O. Owens contributed paper, the American Physical Society Spring Meeting, April 1980, Washington. D.C.

“The Role of the Δ(1232) Isobar in the 16O(γ,p) Process” M. J. Leitch, J. L. Matthews, D. Ingham, W. W. Sapp, C. P. Sargent 2nd Conference on Meson-Nuclear Physics, March, 1979, Houston.

“Design of a High-Momentum Spectrometer for Bates” D. Ingham, contributed paper, the American Physical Society Spring meeting, April 1979, Washington. D.C.

“Forbidden Transitions in the 40Ca(15N,16O)39K Reaction and the L = 1 Problem” S. Kubono, S.J. Tripp, D. Dehnhard, D. Palmer, D. Ingham, V. Shkolnik, T. Udagawa contributed paper, the American Physical Society Fall Meeting, October 1977.

15N Induced Proton Pick-up and Neutron Stripping on 40Ca” S. Kubono, D. Dehnhard, D. Palmer, D. Ingham contributed paper, the American Physical Society Spring Meeting, April 1977, Washington D.C.

“Giant Resonance Effects in the Angular Distribution of Inelastic Proton Scattering on 24Mg” I. Lovas, M. Rogge, U. Schwinn, P. Turek, D. Ingham, C. Mayer-Böricke Nucl. Phys. A286, 1977, pp 12–30.

“Observation of a Narrow Resonance Near the pp Threshold” W. Brueckner, B. Granz, D. Ingham, K. Kilian, U. Lynen, J. Niewisch, B. Pietrzyk, B. Povh, H. G. Ritter and H. Schröder Phys. Lett. 67B, 1977, pp. 222–.

“Strangeness Exchange Reaction on Nuclei” W. Brückner, B. Granz, D. Ingham, K. Kilian, U. Lynen, J. Niewisch, B. Pietrzyk, B. Povh, H. G. Ritter and H. Schröder Phys. Lett. 62B, 1976, pp. 481–.

“Investigation of Giant Resonances as Doorway States in Inelastic Nucleon Scattering from 12C” J. V. Geramb, K. Amos, R. Sprickman, K. T. Knöpfle, M. Rogge, D. Ingham and C. Mayer-Böricke Phys. Rev. C12, No. 6, 1975.

“Three-Nucleon Transfer on 12C: The 12C (α, p)15N Reaction at 96.7 MeV” W. R. Falk, A. Djaloeis, D. Ingham Nucl. Phys. A252 , 1975, pp. 452–476.

“Optical Model Analysis of Proton–Carbon Elastic Scattering in the Range 20 to 50 MeV” R. Sprickmann, K. T. Knöpfle, D. Ingham, M. Rogge, C. Mayer-Böricke and H. V. Geramb Z. Phys. A274 , 1975, pp 339–342.

“Study of the 24Mg (d, 6Li) 20Ne Reaction at 80 MeV” A. Djaloeis, K. Ingham, H. Kelleter, O. Aspelund, and C. Mayer-Böricke Z. Phys. 269 , 1974, pp. 133–137.

“DWBA and CCBA Analysis of Selected Transitions in the 12C(d,τ)11B Reaction at Ed = 80 MeV” O. Aspelund, D. Ingham, A. Djaloeis, H. Kelleter, and C. Mayer-Böricke Phys. Lett. 50B No. 4, 1974, pp. 441–444.

“Investigation of the Quadrupole Deformation of 11B by means of Inelastic Helion Scattering” O. Aspelund, D. Ingham, A. Djaloeis, H. Kelleter and C. Mayer-Böricke Nucl. Phys. A231, 1974, pp. 115–119.

“Highly Proton-Rich T = -2 Nuclides: 8C and 20Mg” R. G. Robertson, S. Martin, W. R. Falk, D. Ingham and A. Djaloeis Phys. Rev. Lett. 32:21, pp. 1207–1209.

“Small Angle Inelastic Scattering of 40 MeV protons by 12C, 40Ca, 56Fe and 58Ni” D. Ingham, R. Eisberg, M. Makino and C. Waddell Nucl. Inst. & Meth. 114 , 1974, pp. 5–12.

“Semiconductor Detector Telescopes for Measuring Proton Energies up to 300 MeV — Problems and Solutions” R. Eisberg, D. Ingham, M. Makino, R. Cole, and C. Waddell Nucl. Inst. & Meth. 101, 1972, pp. 85–90.

“Measurements of the 16O(p,2p)15N Angular Correlation at 45 MeV” R. M. Eisberg, D. Ingham, M. Makino, C. C. Kim, and C. N. Waddell Nucl. Phys. A175 , 1971, pp. 58–64.

“A Study of Proton Hole States in 1f7/2 Nuclei by the (p,2p) Reaction at 46 Mev” F. Bertrand, C. Waddell, R. Eisberg, D. Ingham, M. Makino Nucl. Phys. A152, No. 2, 1970.

“A Method for Reducing the Effect of Nuclear Reactions in Stopping Detectors” M. Makino, R. Eisberg, D. Ingham, and C. Waddell Nucl. Inst. & Meth. 81, 1970, pp. 125–131.

“Small Angle Inelastic Scattering of 40 MeV Protons by 12C, 40Ca, 56Fe and 58Ni,” D. Ingham, Phd. thesis, UCSB, Dept. of Physics, 1971.

Jewels of Wisdom[edit]

From a quantum mechanical point of view, what children learn counting beans in "math lab" is decoherence (laser photons would count differently).