HEP Experimental Faculty

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John Cumalat: Working on the CMS experiment at CERN searching for Z′ particles, investigating rare decays of Z bosons, and testing the radiation hardness of sensors for the CMS phase 2 upgrade.

Bill Ford
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Bill Ford (Emeritus): Searching for supersymmetry in hadronic modes with the CMS experiment at CERN.

Alysia Marino
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Alysia Marino: Measuring the properties of neutrinos with the T2K experiment, working to understand neutrino production with the hadronproduction experiment NA61/SHINE,and developing the next generation long baseline neutrino experiment DUNE.

Kevin Stenson
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Kevin Stenson: Searching for supersymmetry in hadronic final states with the CMS experiment at CERN and investigating track reconstruction algorithms for the upgraded CMS detector.

Steve Wagner
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Steve Wagner: Studying next generation silicon pixel sensors and front-end electronics for the Phase 2 upgrade of the CMS experiment at CERN.

Eric Zimmerman
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Eric Zimmerman: Measuring the properties of neutrinos with the T2K experiment, working to understand neutrino production with the hadronproduction experiment NA61/Shine, and developing the next generation long baseline neutrino experiment DUNE.

HEP Theory Faculty

Shanta de Alwis
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Shanta de Alwis: Researching beyond the standard model physics and cosmology from the vantage point of string theory.

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Tom DeGrand: Exploring theories related to QCD using lattice gauge theory.

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Oliver DeWolfe: Studying string theory and supergravity, their applications to other phenomena via holography, particle physics, cosmology and quantum field theory.

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Anna Hasenfratz: Exploring beyond the standard model physics using lattice gauge theory.

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Ethan Neil: Research in lattice gauge theory, physics beyond the standard model, collider and dark matter phenomenology, and strongly-coupled quantum field theory.

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