Lorin is the Vice President of Rad Elec, where he has worked for the past 10 years. During this time he was Dr. Payasada Kotrappa’s primary research assistant for ongoing electret ion chamber research, and has presented several of these papers at previous AARST symposiums. His current responsibilities include the continued research and development of Rad Elec’s E-PERM systems, CRMs, and software development. Taking over for Dr. Kotrappa, he is currently serving as Rad Elec’s technical adviser.
When he’s not needed in the office, Lorin escapes from civilization to have occasional adventures in the field of mineral exploration. He has conducted geophysical surveys from the Arctic Circle down to Patagonia, and has discovered sizable uranium deposits via radon flux surveys.
Lorin graduated from the College of William & Mary with a BA in both English and Religion, and pursued graduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he received his MA in Comparative Religion.