The Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics (CAPP) provides a locus for interdisciplinary activities at Illinois Institute of Technology aimed at
Click here for a list of CAPP preprints.
(Link to Beam Physics at IIT web page.)
We have a faculty job opening in Experimental Particle or Astroparticle Physics.
|Faculty:||Ray Burnstein, Emeritus Professor of Physics|
|Pierrick Hanlet, Assistant Research Professor of Physics|
|Dan Kaplan, Professor of Physics and Director, Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics|
|Howard Rubin, Emeritus Professor of Physics|
|Chris White, Professor of Physics and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs|
|Zack Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Physics|
|Yagmur Torun, Associate Professor of Physics|
|Postdocs:||Ben Freemire, Nick Graf, Durga Rajaram|
|Grad students:||Jose de Arcos, Emily Draeger, Daniel Duffty, Gene Kafka, Keith Pedersen, Guang Yang|
|Mentor:||Leon Lederman, 1988 Nobel Laureate in Physics and former Pritzker Professor of Physics, IIT|
The IIT High Energy Physics group currently includes seven faculty, three postdocs, six graduate students, and a number of part-time undergraduates. High Energy Physics is the study of matter at its most fundamental level. We know that the particles that make up the nuclei of atoms are themselves composed of quarks. Our research has focused on properties of neutrinos and strange (s), charm (c), and beauty (b) quarks, which we study in experiments at the nearby Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), located 40 miles west of IIT, as well as other venues around the world. Experiments in which we currently participate include the Daya Bay, Double Chooz, and MINOS neutrino experiments and the MICE muon cooling experiment, one aspect of our work on research and development for a possible Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider for the longer-term future.
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