University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland
Red, white, black and gold
PARTICLE PHYSICS COLLABORATIONS:
CMS, LBNE, SeaQuest. Also participates in Babar at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
NUMBER OF SCIENTISTS AND STUDENTS AT FERMILAB:
Six faculty, four postdocs and four graduate students
COLLABORATING AT FERMILAB SINCE:
PARTICLE PHYSICS RESEARCH FOCUS:
The University of Maryland experimental high-energy physics group investigates a wide range of particle physics topics: top, B and neutrino physics and searches for new particles. The theory group investigates
physics beyond the Standard Model, fields and strings, CPT symmetry, neutrino physics and studies of dark matter.
WHAT SETS PARTICLE PHYSICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND APART?
Both the experiment and theory groups at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University collaborate on the physics of the LHC. We also work with our colleagues in nuclear chemistry at Maryland, who are members of CMS experiment concentrating on heavy-ion physics. We include undergraduates in our research.
Jeff Temple, Malina Kirn, Marguerite Tonjes, Dinko Fernecek, Roland Jeannier, Sarah Eno and Brian Calvert
Tullio Grassi, Paolo Rumerio, Fracncesco Sanatanastasio, Dinko Ferencek, Jeff Temple and Dick Kellogg
Sarah Eno, Andris Skuja, Jon Wonders, Ellie Twedt, Malina Kirn and Ken Rossato
Left: Drew Baden. Right: Nick Hadley.