PIXE Group Conference Contributions

Recent Conference Contributions

(name of presenter first)
 
  • Alpha particle PIXE on Earth and Mars
    J. L. Campbell
    16th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Portugal, April 2019
  • PIXE analysis of Hawaiian volcanics: an analogue for APXS in Gale Crater
    J. A. Berger, M. E. Schmidt, R. Gellert, J. L. Campbell, E. L. Flannigan, R. V. Morris, D. W. Ming,LPSC, 2018
  • Emulating the Mars APXS with accelerator-based PIXE
    E. L. Flannigan, J. L. Campbell
    15th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Split, Croatia, April 2017
  • Standardization of an SDD using PIXE
    E. L. Flannigan, J. L. Campbell, C. M. Heirwegh
    15th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Split, Croatia, April 2017
  • Spectrum artefacts due to non-linear response in silicon drift detector systems
    J. L. Campbell, C. M. Heirwegh
  • Martian Chronicles
    J. L. Campbell
    15th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Split, Croatia, April 2017 (invited)
  • A new approach to measuring rock coatings on Mars using an APXS equivalent of GUYLS
    G. M. Perrett, S. Squyres, J. L. Campbell
    15th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Split, Croatia, April 2017
  • GUPIX and GUMAP
    J. L. Campbell, E. L. Flannigan
    15th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Split, Croatia, April 2017
  • XRF and PIXE on Mars: a FP approach
    J. L. Campbell
    Symposium on applications of fundamental parameters in X-ray analysis
    Western University, London, Canada, June 2016 (invited)
  • Fundamental parameters for X-ray emission analysis of materials
    J. L. Campbell
    Symposium on applications of fundamental parameters in X-ray analysis
    Western University, London, Canada, June 2016 (invited)
  • Chemical evidence for an episode of acidic leaching at the base of Mount Sharp, Gale Crater, Mars, as seen by the APXS
    R. Gellert et al
    Lunar and Planetary Science 2016, ctrbn 2638
  • Chemistry of millimeter-scale petrographic endmembers determined by the Mars Science Laboratory alpha particle x-ray spectrometer and Mars hand lens imager
    S. J. VanBommel et al
    LPSC 2016, ctrbn 2023
  • Evidence for a volatile -rich layer on the Windjana rock target, the Kimberley, Gale  Crater, Mars
    G. M. Perrett et al
    LPSC 2016, ctrbn 2145
  • Millimeter-scale chemistry of observable end-members with the Mars Science Laboratory alpha particle X-ray spectrometer and Mars hand lens imager
    S. VanBommel et al 
    European Geophysical Union General Assembly, Vienna, April 2016
  • Modelling the properties of rock coatings observed by the Mars Exploration Rovers’ alpha particle X-ray spectrometer and hypothesized environments of formation
    G. M. Perrett, B. C. Clark, J. L. Campbell, S. Squyres
    Amer. Geophys. Union, San Francisco. Dec. 2016
  • Dust modelling on Martian rock surfaces studied by the Mars Science Laboratory alpha particle X-ray spectrometer
    G. Perrett, M. Schmidt, N. Bradley, N. Bray, J. Campbell, C. Ly, S. Squyres, D. Tesselaar.. LPSC2016, Houston, Texas
  • The Curiosity rover alpha particle X-ray spectrometer: Mineralogy and Geochemistry challenge Physics
    J. L. Campbell
    14th Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Capetown, S. Africa. March 2015 (invited)
  • GUPIX and GUMAP
    C. M.Heirwegh, J. L. Campbell
    Fourteenth Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Capetown, S. Africa. March 2015
  • Comparison of X-ray mass attenuation coefficients used in PIXE analysis of silicate minerals and glasses
    C. M. Heirwegh, I. Pradler, J. L. Campbell
    14th  Int. Conf on PIXE and its analytical applications, Capetown, S. Africa. March 2015
  • Canada’s Contribution to Curiosity and Progress of the MSL Rover Mission
    G. M. Perrett et al
    Canadian Space Society Summit, Vancouver, 19-20 Nov. 2015 (Perrett invited) 
  • Chemical evidence for an aqueous history at Pahrump, Gale Crater, Mars, as seen by the APXS
    R. Gellert et al
    Lunar and Planetary Science 2015 Abst 1855    
  • Oxidation of manganese at Kimberley, Gale Crater: more free oxygen in Mars’ past?
    N. L. Lanza and 43 others
    LPSC 2015, Ctrbn. 2893.
  • APXS raster localization using MAHLI-distinguishable phases
    S. J. Van Bommel et al
    LPSC 2015, Ctrbn. 2049 
  • Germanium enrichments in sedimentary rocks in Gale Crater, Mars: constraining the timing of alteration and character of the protolith
    J. A. Berger et al
    LPSC2015, Ctrbn. 1564
  • Chemical Composition of Diagenetic Features at Lower Aeolis Mons, Mars as Measured by Curiosity’s APXS
    J. A. Berger et al
    Amer. Geophys. Union. Dec 2015; abstract P43B-2121
  • Continuing measurements of the MSL APXS calibration target on Mars
    J. L .Campbell et al
    Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2014, ctrbn 1447
  • APXS measurements along the MSL traverse at Gale Crater, Mars
    R. Gellert et al
    LPSC2014, ctrbn. 1876
  • Linking MAHLI and APXS to analyze dust coverage on Yellowknife Bay rock targets
    R.E. Lee et al
    LPSC2014, Ctrbn. 2014
  • XRF and PIXE on the Mars Curiosity Rover
    J. L. Campbell
    EXRS2014, Bologna, Italy, July 2014 (invited)
  • XRF combines with PIXE in Curiosity’s alpha particle x-ray spectrometer
    J. L. Campbell
    64th Denver X-ray Conference. Big, Sky, Montana, August 2014 (invited) 
  • Ion and photon beams support Curiosity
    J. L. Campbell
    21st Int. Conf. on Ion Beam Analysis (IBA2013), Seattle, Washington, June 2013 (invited).
  • A Unique Measurement of Martian Dust by the Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer on Curiosity in  Gale Crater, Mars
    J. A. Berger et al
    Geological Society of America annual meeting. Denver, October 2013.