Chris Compton Laboratory Technician II

Chris Compton

Howe Hall 215
540.458.8850
comptonc@wlu.edu

Education

M.S. in Physics - West Virginia University
B.S. in Physics - Auburn University
B.S. in Geology - Auburn University

Research

Space plasma phenomena, and plasma diagnostics.

Selected Publications

On the mechanism of pulsed electron beam production from an uninterrupted plasma cathode. D.R. Boris, C.D. Cothran, C.S. Compton, W.E.Amatucci, and S.G. Walton. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science Volume:44 , Issue: 5, May 2016.

Microparticle injection effects on microwave transmission through an overly dense plasma layer. E.D. Gillman, J. Williams, C.S. Compton, W.E. Amatucci. Physics of Plasmas, Volume 22, Issue 4, April 2015.

Continuous and pulsed electron beam production from an uninterrupted plasma cathode. C. D. Cothran, D. R. Boris, C. S. Compton, E. M. Tejero, R. F. Fernsler, W. E. Amatucci, S. G. Walton. Surface and Coatings Technology, 267 (2015) 111-116.

Radio tomographic imaging of sporadic-E layers during SEEK-2, P. A. Bernhardt, C. A. Selcher, C. Siefring, M.Wilkens, C. Compton, G. Bust, M. Yamamoto, S. Fukao, O. Takayuki, M.Wakabayashi, and H. Mori. Annales Geophysicae, Part of Special Issue “SEEK-2 (Sporadic-E Experiment over Kyushu 2)” 2005.

Laser Induced Fluorescence in a Pulsed Argon Plasma, E. Scime, Costel Biloiu, Christopher Compton, Forrest Doss, John Heard, Daniel Ventura, Edgar Choueiri, Rostislav Spektor. Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 76, number 2, Jan 25, 2005.