Mark Adams

Verified email at jhu.edu
WASHINGTON, DC, US
I am a physics graduate from John Hopkins University. I completed my studies in May 2015 after which I have been working as a Research Physicist in the Applied Physics Laboratory since July 2015. Over these years I have also completed my Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Maryland at College Park, which has helped me acquire deep knowledge in physics and has given me the confidence to explore my skills further down the career line.

I have been involved in the research of different phases of physical phenomena, developing theories based on physical experiment, and devising several methods to apply the laws of physics to different sectors of industries. I am also familiar with various equipments pertaining to the study and research of matter, such as lasers, cyclotrons, masers, telescopes, betatrons, electron microscopes, and spectrometers.

My current interest is in Near Infrared Spectroscopy. Below a few publications that I like.

✍️ Publications

Application of Vis-NIR spectroscopy for determination the content of organic matter in saline-alkali soils
FTIR, UV–Vis–NIR spectroscopy, and gamma rays shielding competence of novel ZnO-doped vanadium borophosphate glasses
An Overview on the Applications of Typical Non-linear Algorithms Coupled With NIR Spectroscopy in Food Analysis