Richard F Obrecht
Graduate Research Assistant
Freddy was a Ph.D. thesis student in the group from 2014-2018, and recently completed his dissertation research extracting the neutron electromagnetic form factor ratio from the data collected by Jefferson Lab experiment E02-013. Freddy was also an active participant and strong contributor to our efforts in Monte Carlo simulation, software development, and detector preparation for the Super BigBite Spectrometer (SBS) family of experiments. Freddy defended his thesis in January 2019. After completing the Insight Data Science postdoctoral fellowship program in New York City during the spring of 2019, Freddy started a Data Scientist position at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.