Hanna Moussa, Ph.D.
Office: ME North 211
Dr. Hanna Moussa is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Texas Tech University. His research focuses on medical physics, prediction of solar particle event dose, high energy charged-particle transportation, FTIR imaging, heavy ion beam and cancer treatment, and medical imaging. His teaching at Texas Tech primarily includes courses in radiation and simulation, statics, and nuclear science. In addition to Dr. Moussa's research and teaching experience, he is also a member of multiple organizations and societies, including the Health Physics Society and the Radiation Research Society.
- Radiation safety and control
- Dose and risk assessment
- Radiation protection and detection
- Radiation transport and modeling
- Radiation shielding
- Space radiation
- Nuclear and radiological instrumentations
- Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering (Concentration on Radiological Engineering) University of Tennessee at Knoxville, (2000)
- M.S., Physics, Radiological Sciences, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, (1991)
- B.S., Physics, Health Physics, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, (1990)