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High-Energy Experimental Physics

Our research group explores the fundamental particles that make up matter and the fundamental forces that act on the particles. The group's efforts are currently focused on measurement of weak decays of the charm and beauty quarks. These experiments may provide clues to why we live in a universe dominated by matter rather than antimatter. We are also working on ways of detecting the higgs boson, the putative source of all mass, through its decays in exotic ways.

Faculty with a Primary Interest in High-Energy Experimental Physics

Marina Artuso

Marina Artuso 
Professor
Physics

Steven Blusk

Steven Blusk 
Professor
Physics

Raymond 
                                            Mountain

Raymond  Mountain 
Research Assistant Professor, Experimental High Energy Physics

Matthew Rudolph

Matthew Rudolph 
Assistant Professor
Physics

Tomasz Skwarnicki

Tomasz Skwarnicki 
Professor
Physics

Mitchell Soderberg

Mitchell Soderberg 
Associate Professor
Physics

Sheldon Stone

Sheldon Stone 
Distinguished Professor of Physics
Physics

J.C. 
                                            Wang

J.C.  Wang 
Research Assistant Professor

Denver Whittington

Denver Whittington 
Assistant Professor
Physics