Dr. Nigel Smith is an astro-particle physicist and the Director of the SNOLAB International Deep Underground Science Facility near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Since 1992, Dr. Smith has been actively involved in the development and operation of deep underground detectors for dark matter research and the associated infrastructures required.
et al., 2013, Measurement and simulation of the muon-induced neutron yield in lead, Astroparticle Physics, Vol:47, ISSN:0927-6505, Pages:67-76
Smith NJT, 2012, The SNOLAB deep underground facility, European Physical Journal Plus, Vol:127, ISSN:2190-5444
et al., 2012, Quenching factor for low-energy nuclear recoils in a plastic scintillator, Physical Review C, Vol:85, ISSN:2469-9985
et al., 2012, Activities of gamma-ray emitting isotopes in rainwater from Greater Sudbury, Canada following the Fukushima incident, Canadian Journal of Physics, Vol:90, ISSN:0008-4204, Pages:599-603
et al., 2013, A measurement of the muon-induced neutron yield in lead at a depth of 2850 m water equivalent, 4th International Workshop on Low Radioactivity Techniques (LRT), AMER INST PHYSICS, Pages:219-222, ISSN:0094-243X