Richard W. Quine

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Date of Birth: February 14, 1943

Title: Sr. Research Engineer

Education:  BSEE, 1969, Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder

 

Continuing Education: Iowa State University, Ames Iowa

Graduate courses in Electrical Engineering, 1970 to 1972

University of Denver, Denver Colorado

Graduate level courses in Anthropology, Audiology, Philosophy, Clarinet, Linguistics, and German. 1978 to 1997

 

Professional Employment History:

1969-1973 Design/Project Engineer, Collins Radio Division, Rockwell International

1973-1978 Design Engineer/Manager of Systems Engineering, Electronic Processors, Inc.

1978  Design Engineer, Honeywell, Inc.

1978 - 1986 Research Engineer, Denver Research Institute, University of Denver

1986-1991 Research Engineer, Department of Engineering, University of Denver

1991- present Senior Research Engineer, Department of Engineering, University of Denver

 

Patents:

Patent # 5,621,705, Programmable Timing Unit for  Gener­ating  Multiple Coherent Timing Signals, Richard W. Quine,  April 15, 1997.

 

Patent # 5,901,116, Programmable Timing Unit for  Gener­ating  Multiple Coherent Timing Signals, Richard W. Quine, May 4, 1999

 

Publications:

1.      An  Infrared  System for Determining  Ocular  Position,  G. Rinard,  R.  W. Matteson, R. W. Quine, R.  S.  Tegtmeyer.   ISA Transactions, Vol 19 (4), 3-6, Sept. (1980).

 

2.      Determination  of Reaction Time in Tinnitus  Patients  With Normal  Hearing, P. E. Goodwin, R. W. Quine, and  J.  Endicott. ASHA Vol 24 (1982).

 

3.      Versatile Computer Interface for a Varian E9 EPR  Spectrome­ter, R. W. Quine, G. R. Eaton, and S. S. Eaton. J. Magn. Reson. 66,164-167 (1986).

 

4.      Computer Control of Magnetic Field Using a Varian MK Fieldi­al  Unit, R. W. Quine, G. R. Eaton, S. S. Eaton, A. Koska,  and M. K. Bowman. J. Magn. Reson. 69, 371-374 (1986).

 

5.      Pulsed EPR Spectrometer, R. W. Quine, G. R. Eaton, and S. S. Eaton. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 58 (9), 1709-1723 (1987).

 

6.      Three-Dimensional EPR Imaging with Two  Spatial  Dimensions and a Spectral Dimension, Obtained with Unequal Maximum  Gradi­ents in Two Sets of Coils, M. Sueki, R. W. Quine, S. S.  Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, Physica Medica, 77-84 (1989)

 

7.      Spectral-spatial EPR Imaging of Electrochemically  Generated Radicals,  M. Sueki, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton,  J. C. S. Faraday Transactions 86, 3181-3184 (1990)

 

8.      Gradient Coils, R. W. Quine, G. R. Eaton, K. Ohno, and S. S.Eaton, in "EPR Imaging and in-Vivo EPR", Ch.3, CRC Press, 1991

 

9.      Liquid Helium Level Detector, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton,  and G. R.Eaton, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 62, 1647-1648 (1991)

 

10.  Design of magnetic-field gradient coils for imaging, R.  W. Quine,  G.  Rinard, D. E. Rugg, G. R. Eaton, and S.  S.  Eaton, Computers in Physics, 6 (6) 656-659 (1992).

 

11.  A saturation recovery electron paramagnetic resonance spec­trometer, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, Rev.  Sci. Instrum., 63 (10), 4251-4262 (1992).

 

12.  EPR Resonator Coupling Monitor, R. W. Quine, G. A.  Rinard, Eaton  and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn.  Reson.,  99,  571-575 (1992).

 

13.  Microwave Coupling Structures for Spectroscopy, G. A.  Ri­nard,  R.  W.  Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R.  Eaton,  J.  Magn. Reson. 105, 137-144 (1993)

 

14.  Relative Benefits of Overcoupled Resonators vs.  Inherently Low-Q  Resonators for Pulsed Magnetic Resonance, G. A.  Rinard, R.  W.  Quine, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton, and  W.  Froncisz,  J. Magn. Reson. 108, 71-81 (1994)

 

15.  A  Hydrocarbon Detector for the Remote  Sensing  of  Vehicle Emissions,  Paul L. Guenther, Donald H. Stedman, Gary A.  Bishop, James  H. Bean and Richard W. Quine, Rev. Sci.  Instrum.,  66(4), 3024-3029 (1995)

 

16.  Magnetic  Field and Frequency Dependence  of  Electron  Spin Relaxation Times of the E' Center in Irradiated Vitreous  Silica, Barnard  T.  Ghim, Sandra S. Eaton, Gareth R. Eaton,  Richard  W. Quine, George A. Rinard, and Susanne Pfenninger, J. Magn.  Reson. 115, 230-235 (1995)

 

17.  Setting the Microwave Phase in an EPR Spectrometer,  Richard W. Quine and Gareth R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 119, 268-270 (1996)

 

18.  Design  and Fabricaton of Copper-Film  Loop-Gap  Resonators, Barnard  T. Ghim, George A. Rinard, Richard W. Quine,  Sandra  S. Eaton, Gareth R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 120 72-76 (1996)

 

19.  Easily Tunable Crossed-Loop (Bimodal) EPR Resonator,  George A.  Rinard, Richard W. Quine, Barnard T. Ghim, Sandra  S.  Eaton, and Gareth R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 122, 50-57, (1996)

 

20.  Dispersion and Superheterodyne EPR Using a Bimodal Resonator, George  A. Rinard, Richard W. Quine, Barnard T. Ghim,  Sandra  S. Eaton and Gareth R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 122, 58-63 (1996)

 

21.  A 1-2 GHz pulsed and continuous wave  electron  paramagnetic resonance  spectrometer,  Richard  W. Quine,  George  A.  Rinard, Barnard  T.  Ghim, Sandra S. Eaton, Gareth R.  Eaton,  Rev.  Sci. Instrum. 67 (7) 2514-2527 (1996)

 

22.  Multifrequency of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of  Irradi­ated L-alanine, B.T. Ghim, J.-L. Du, S. Pfenninger, G.A.  Rinard, R.W.  Quine, S.S. Eaton, and G.R. Eaton, Appl. Radiat.  Isot47, 1235-1239 (1996)

 

23.  Patent # 5,621,705, Programmable Timing Unit for  Gener­ating  Multiple Coherent Timing Signals, Richard W. Quine,  April 15, 1997.

 

24.  Design and Development of a Diode Array for Use in Boiling Heat Transfer, J. Kim, M. Whitten, R. W. Quine, and T. S. Kalkur, Journal of the Japan Society of Microgravity Application, Vol 15, Supplement II, pp 202-207 (1998)

 

25.  Patent # 5,901,116, Programmable Timing Unit for  Gener­ating  Multiple Coherent Timing Signals, Richard W. Quine, May 4, 1999

 

26.  Measurements of Spatially and Temporally Resolved Heat Trans­fer  Coefficients in Subcooled Pool Boiling, T.D. Rule,  J.  Kim, R.W. Quine, T.S. Kalkur, J.N. Chung, Proceedings of the Engineer­ing  Foundation Conference on Convective Flow and  Pool  Boiling, Irsee, Germany, 1997.

 

27.  Absolute EPR Spin Echo and Noise Intensities, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, R. Song, G. R. Eaton, and S. S.. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., 140, 69-83 (1999).

 

28.  Frequency Dependence of EPR Signal to Noise, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, J. R. Harbridge, R. Song, G. R. Eaton, and S. S. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 140, 218-227 (1999).

 

29.  A Cryogenically Coolable Microwave Limiter, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., 136, 207-210 (1999).

 

30.  Design of a Programmable Timing Unit, R. W. Quine, J. R. Harbridge, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, Rev. Sci Instrum. 70, 4422-4432 (1999).

 

31.  An L-band Crossed-Loop (Bimodal) Resonator, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson. 144, 85-88 (2000).

 

32.  Array of Microscale Heaters and Heat Flux Sensors, Jungho Kim and Richard W. Quine,                        NASA Tech Briefs,  John Glen Research Center,  September (2000)

 

33.  Comparison of Four Digitizers for Time-Domain EPR, Gareth R. Eaton and Richard W. Quine, Applied Spectroscopy 54, number 10, 1543-1545 (2000)

 

34.  Electron Spin Relaxation of Triarylmethyl Radicals in Fluid Solution, L. Yong, J. Harbridge, R. W. Quine, G. A. Rinard, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton, C. Mailer, E. Barth, and H. J. Halpern, J. Magn. Reson. 152, 156-161 (2001).

 

35.  Multifrequency Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Ultramarine Blue, G. R. Eaton, S. S. Eaton, J. W. Stoner, R. W. Quine, G. A. Rinard, A.I. Smirnov, R. T. Weber, J. Krzystek, A. K. Hassan, L.-C. Brunel, and A. Demortier, Appl. Magn. Reson. 21, 563-570 (2001).

 

36.  Frequency Dependence of EPR Signal Intensity, 248 MHz to 1.4 GHz, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., 154, 80-84 (2002).

 

37.  Frequency Dependence of EPR Signal Intensity, 250 MHz to 9.1 GHz G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., 156, 113-121 (2002).

 

38.  250 MHz Crossed Loop Resonator for Pulsed Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, G. A. Rinard, R.W. Quine, G. R. Eaton, S. S. Eaton, Magn. Reson. Engineer. 15, 37-46 (2002)

 

39.  Adapting a Hall Probe Controller for Current Control of an Air-Core Magnet, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, G. R. Eaton and S. S. Eaton, Magn. Reson. Engineer. 15, 47-50, (2002)

 

40.  Magnet and Gradient Coil System for Low-Field EPR Imaging, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton, E. D. Barth, C. A. Pelizzari, and H. H. Halpern, Magn. Reson. Engineer. 15, 51-58 (2002)

 

41.  A pulsed and Continuous Wave 250 MHz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrometer, R. W. Quine, G. A. Rinard, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton, Magn. Reson. Engineer. 15, 59-91 (2002).

 

42.  Frequency Dependence of EPR Sensitivity.  G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, Biological Magnetic Resonance, L. J. Berliner, ed., accepted for publication.

 

43.  Enhanced Signal Intensities Obtained by Out-of-Phase EPR for Samples with Long Electron Spin Relaxation times, J. R. Harbridge, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., J.R. Harbridge, G. A. Rinard, R. W. Quine, S. S. Eaton, and G. R. Eaton, J. Magn. Reson., 156, 41-51 (2002).