Theoretical Physicist with areas of expertise in quantum physics, electromagnetic theory, statistical mechanics, and physics of elementary particles at high energy accelerators. Extensive expertise in directing research group of PhD students, securing funding, presenting and publishing outcomes of research, and communicating complex physics concepts to non-experts.
Thesis Advisor: John P. Preskill
Thesis Title: Some Aspects of Theories with Gauge Invariance.
In depth training in electromagnetic theory, quantum mechanics, theory of relativity and study of strong nuclear interactions between constituents of nuclei.
Double major in Mathematics and Physics. Received B.S. with First Class Honors.
Thesis: "Some Aspects of Theories with Gauge Invariance" examines properties of theories of elementary particles and fundamental interactions of Nature studied at high energy accelerators.
Head research group in Particle Physics (related to Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland), teach 1 course per semester, supervise Ph.D. dissertations, service to Department, University and Profession.
Worked primarily on Elementary Particle Physics at Superconducting Super Collider (SSC), TX.
American Physical Society.
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