Professor led MIT department for eight years, playing pivotal leadership roles at the Institute and in physics research and community-building.
The excitement of making discoveries on the global stage is “so much bigger than the pressure,” says the particle physicist.
Eight postdocs and research scientists within the School of Science honored for contributions to the Institute.
The findings could redefine the kinds of particles that were abundant in the early universe.
“There need to be more building blocks than the ones we know about,” says the particle physicist.
Those selected for these positions receive additional support to pursue their research and develop their careers.
Graduate student Nicholas Kamp describes the MicroBooNE experiment and its implications for our understanding of fundamental particles.
APS names Bourouiba, Grego, Liu, Peacock, Winslow, and Yildiz as MIT’s newest fellows for their contributions to physics.
Professors will help guide school-level initiatives and strategy.
Physics professor's new book looks at the international collaboration behind HERMES, an experiment studying the spin structure of matter.
Radioactive molecules are sensitive to subtle nuclear phenomena and might help physicists probe the violation of the most fundamental symmetries of nature.