Christopher Ciarcia

Christopher A. Ciarcia

Project Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Location:
1112 PLAZA DEL NORTE, Espanola, New Mexico, United States
HQ Phone:
(505) 753-8890

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Experience

Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer  - Systems Pathology Company

Education

Ph.D.  - Experimental Nuclear Physics , University of Massachusetts

Affiliations

President and Founder  - TARDIS Systems Inc

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Dr. Christopher A. Ciarcia
Founder, President and CEO Ciarcia received the Dr. Christopher A. Ciarcia is the president and founder of TARDIS Systems, Inc. Through TSI, Dr. Ciarcia has successfully provided consultant services for a wide variety of high tech firms often in the role of principle investigator and project leader. As a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell with a Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics, Dr. Ciarcia has demonstrated professional capability in imaging science, computer modeling and simulation, tomography, holography, fractal imaging, nuclear physics, x-ray modeling, neural network applications, optics and electronics, technical writing and scientific visualization techniques. Much of this experience was gained as an optical engineer for Fairchild Imaging Systems, as a professor of physics at the Rochester Institute of Technology and fourteen years experience at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). As a senior staff physicist and project leader at LANL* Dr. Ciarcia worked as an independent research scientist under the direction of the facility director as a problem-solver "fireman" for multiple groups within the LANL environment, in both experimental and theoretical fields. Chris Ciarcia. Dr. Ciarcia actively participated in the areas of X-ray tomography, image processing, geophysics (studying underground stress wave propagation), projects involving neutron time-of-flight techniques, geomagnetic fields, x-ray modeling, neutron-proton detector modeling, fractal analysis, holographic imaging and optical design with a heavy emphasis on computer modeling and simulation. Major contributions were made in, magneto-hydrodynamic modeling, EMP and neutron effects modeling with EES-7, flash x-ray system modeling with P-5, the SMC underground shock-wave modeling with EES-5 and the GRUMPY program, the Phased Optical Array studies with NIS-8, and the holographic imaging work under the P-23 Pegasus program. Currently Dr. Ciarcia acts as the Program Manager and Principal Investigator on all TARDIS projects.

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Dr. Christopher A. CiarciaFounder, Ciarcia received the Dr. Christopher A. Ciarcia is the president and founder of TARDIS Systems, Inc. Through TSI, Dr. Ciarcia has successfully provided consultant services for a wide variety of high tech firms often in the role of principle investigator and project leader. As a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell with a Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics, Dr. Ciarcia has demonstrated professional capability in imaging science, computer modeling and simulation, tomography, holography, fractal imaging, nuclear physics, x-ray modeling, neural network applications, optics and electronics, technical writing and scientific visualization techniques.Much of this experience was gained as an optical engineer for Fairchild Imaging Systems, as a professor of physics at the Rochester Institute of Technology and fourteen years experience at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). As a senior staff physicist and project leader at LANL* Dr. Ciarcia worked as an independent research scientist under the direction of the facility director as a problem-solver "fireman" for multiple groups within the LANL environment, in both experimental and theoretical fields. Chris Ciarcia. Dr. Ciarcia actively participated in the areas of X-ray tomography, image processing, geophysics (studying underground stress wave propagation), projects involving neutron time-of-flight techniques, geomagnetic fields, x-ray modeling, neutron-proton detector modeling, fractal analysis, holographic imaging and optical design with a heavy emphasis on computer modeling and simulation.Major contributions were made in, magneto-hydrodynamic modeling, EMP and neutron effects modeling with EES-7, flash x-ray system modeling with P-5, the SMC underground shock-wave modeling with EES-5 and the GRUMPY program, the Phased Optical Array studies with NIS-8, and the holographic imaging work under the P-23 Pegasus program. Currently Dr. Ciarcia acts as the Program Manager and Principal Investigator on all TARDIS projects.

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C.A. Ciarcia and Glenna C. Burmer, Computer Methods for Image Pattern Recognition in Organic Material
C.A. Ciarcia, Computer Graphics and the World of Scientific Visualization, Graphics & Video, CCI 23 Oct/Nov 1991.

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