What are the most fundamental pieces of our Universe? What are their properties and how do they interact with each other to form the structure and the phenomena that we observe?

Answering these questions is the goal of experimental particle physics. In this field, large accelerators are used to force particles to collide at extremely high energies.  In addition to high energies, high intensity beams can be used to discover and study ultra rare processes.

Professor Group is currently involved in three different particle physics experiements:  Mu2e, NOvA, and LDMX.

Learn more about my research here or on my ORCID profile.

 
 

 

UVA Physics