Ph.D. Physics, UCLA, Los Angeles,1985
M.S. Physics, UCLA, 1976
Office: Hall of Science (HSCI), Room 272a
California State University, Long Beach
Department of Physics & Astronomy
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90840-9505
Phone: (562) 985-4913
Fax: (562) 985-7924
High Energy/Particle Physics, Astro Physics, Cosmology, Phenomenology of non-Perturbative QCD and Particle Production
This is an important era for the field of subatomic particles. We are beginning to be able to investigate effects not included in the Standard Model. A connection among the fields of HEP and cosmology and astro-physics is being made, as it is believed that the nature of the dark matter is a new type of particle. This may be a stable supersymetric entity.
In this era of LHC (Large hadron Collider at CERN), the possibilities of studying Dark Matter, Supersymetry, Supergravity, and Superstrings may be at reach.
Another aspect of the HEP is the studies of Neutrinos. There are many new experiments devoted to this field.
My research contributions to the above fields have been done in various universities and national labs. More information can be found on my homepage.