Astronomy & Physics, Engineering, Statistics
Applications in Education
Applications in Engineering
Applications in Physical Sciences
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Sensors and Measurement
Jeffrey Wilkes focuses on high energy neutrino and cosmic-ray astrophysics, accelerator studies of neutrinos, and public outreach activities. He has authored or co-authored over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and served as editor for several published conference proceedings. He holds U.S. Patent 5,469,403, Digital Sonar System. He serves as a reviewer for agencies such as NASA, NSF, DOE, ARC (Australia) and NRC (Canada). He has collaborated internationally throughout his career with colleagues in Japan, Sweden, Poland, Russia, Australia and many other countries. Prof. Wilkes received a BSE(EE) from the University of Michigan, and a PhD (Physics) from the University of Wisconsin. He has been at the University of Washington since 1974.