Primarily involved in beauty and charm quark experiments at e+e- (LENA, Crystal Ball at DORIS, DESY; CLEO at CESR, Cornell) and pp colliders (BTeV at Tevatron, Fermilab; LHCb at LHC, CERN). Also participated in the design of the GEM experiment for the SSC.
His main areas of interest have been: b quark decays, heavy quark spectroscopy and tau lepton physics. Involved in construction of the muon detector for CLEO-II, RICH detector for CLEO-III and R&D for RICH detector for BTeV. Presently working on the LHCb and CLEOc experiments.
Co-author of over 400 publications in experimental high energy physics. Reported at 50 international conferences. Presented 30 seminars and colloquia. Award of the Counsel of Atomic Research in Poland for the thesis dissertation (1986). Recipient of the Outstanding Junior Investigator Grant from DOE and of the SSC Fellowship from TNRLC (1993). His research is presently funded by National Science Foundation. American Physical Society Fellow (2001-). Chancellor's Citation for Faculty Excellence and Scholarly Distinction, Syracuse University, 2008. Member of Physics Advisory Committee for the Belle experiment, KEK, Japan (2007-).