Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Ruth Hawley

Staff Scientist
Materials Science Division

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Ph.D. Organic Chemistry
Arizona State University
B.S. Chemistry
University of California - Davis

Research Interests

For the past 15 years I have worked in support of the National Ignition Facility, first in development of rapid growth KDP and subsequent KDP processing, then management of LLNL optics processing. I am currently a process engineer working on the development of new coating technologies and improved AR coating performance. Prior to my assignment to NIF, I directed research in diverse areas primarily directed at detection of various trace organic species in aqueous and non-aqueous media.

Selected Publications

Bibeau, Camille, Wegner, Paul J., Hawley-Fedder, Ruth A., "UV Sources: Worlds largest laser to generate powerful ultraviolet beams", Laser Focus World, 42(6) (2006)

Hawley-Fedder, R., Robey, H., Biesiada, T., DeHaven, M., Floyd, R., and Burnham, A., "Rapid Growth of Very Large KDP and KD*P Crystals in Support of the National Ignition Facility", Proceedings of SPIE vol. 4102 152 (2000)

Hawley-Fedder, R., Goerz, D., Koester, C., and Wilson, M., "Investigation of the Breakdown Products Produced from Electrical Discharge in Selected CFC Replacement Fluids", UCRL-ID-123935, 3/96, 90 pages

Farmer, J. C., Wang, F.T., Hawley-Fedder, R.A., Lewis, P.R., Summers, L.J., and Foiles, L., "Electrochemical Treatment of Mixed and Hazardous Wastes: Oxidation of Ethylene Glycol and Benzene by Silver(II)", Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 139 654 (1992)

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