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Stony Brook Physics & Astronomy: Faculty

Alexandre Abanov Philip Allen Thomas Allison Meigan Aronson Dmitri Averin Ilan Ben-Zvi Alan Calder Matthew Dawber Abhay Deshpande
Ken A. Dill Axel Drees Xu Du Roderich Engelmann Rouven Essig Maria Fernandez-Serra Lukasz Fidkowski Eden Figueroa Alfred Goldhaber
Vladimir Goldman Maria Gonzalez-Garcia Erlend Graf Paul Grannis Michael Gurvitch Thomas Hemmick Christopher Herzog John Hobbs Barbara Jacak
Chang Jung Angela Kelly Dmitri Kharzeev Joanna Kiryluk Janos Kirz Peter Koch Jin Koda Vladimir Korepin Kenneth Lanzetta
James Lattimer Konstantin Likharev Vladimir Litvinenko Robert McCarthy Barry McCoy Clark McGrew Patrick Meade Emilio Mendez Harold Metcalf
Laszlo Mihaly Peter Paul Rosalba Perna Leonardo Rastelli Michael Rijssenbeek Martin Rocek Dominik Schneble Neelima Sehgal Robert Shrock
Edward Shuryak Warren Siegel Gene Sprouse Peter Stephens George Sterman Derek Teaney Dmitri Tsybychev Peter van Nieuwenhuizen Jacobus Verbaarschot
Frederick Walter Tzu-Chieh Wei Thomas Weinacht Ismail Zahed Michael Zingale

Colleagues Affiliated with Our Department

Samuel Aronson Mei Bai Thomas Bergeman Martin Cohen Michael Creutz Sally Dawson Robert de Zafra Glenda Denicolo Steven Dierker
Michael Douglas Miriam Forman Marvin Geller Doon Gibbs Genda Gu Yue Hao Peter Kahn Frithjof Karsch Wei Ku
Thomas Kuo Linwood Lee James Lukens Sergei Maslov Robert McGrath Stanimir Metchev Ben Ocko Artem Oganov Steve Peggs
Deane Peterson Cedomir Petrovic Vasili Semenov Michal Simon F. Swesty Helio Takai Raju Venugopalan Jin Wang William Weisberger
Amos Yahil Chiaki Yanagisawa Chen Yang Yimei Zhu

Follow the links below to the listing of faculty according to research areas and institutions.

Follow the links below to the listing of faculty according to rank and/or affiliation.


Abanov, Alexandre G.
Allen, Philip B.
Allison, Thomas
Arena, Dario
Aronson, Meigan
Aronson, Samuel
Averin, Dmitri V.
Bai, Mei
Belomestnykh, Sergey
Ben-Zvi, Ilan
Bergeman, Thomas H.
Breeden, Thomas
Bridge, Carrie
Calder, Alan
Cohen, Martin
Creutz, Michael
Cunsolo, Alessandro
Dawber, Matthew
Dawson, Sally
de Zafra, Robert L.
deCrombrugghe, Marie
Denicolo, Glenda
Deshpande, Abhay L.
Dickerson, James
Dierker, Steven
Dill, Ken A.
Douglas, Michael
Drees, Axel K.
Du, Xu
Duston, Christopher
Eisaman, Matthew
Engelmann, Roderich
Essig, Rouven
Fedurin, Mikhael G.
Feingold, Arnold
Fernandez-Serra, Maria Victoria
Fidkowski, Lukasz
Figueroa, Eden
Forman, Miriam A.
Geller, Marvin A.
Gibbs, Doon
Goldhaber, Alfred S.
Goldman, Vladimir J.
Gonzalez-Garcia, Maria Concepcion
Graf, Erlend H.
Grannis, Paul D.
Gu, Genda
Gurvitch, Michael
Hao, Yue
Heinze, Aren
Hemmick, Thomas K.
Herzog, Christopher
Hobbs, John D.
Jacak, Barbara V.
Jung, Chang Kee
Kahn, Peter B.
Karsch, Frithjof
Kayran, Dmitry
Kelly, Angela
Kharzeev, Dmitri
Kiryluk, Joanna
Kirz, Janos
Koch, Peter M.
Koda, Jin
Korepin, Vladimir E.
Krejci, Alexander
Ku, Wei
Kumar, Krishna S.
Kuo, Thomas T.S.
Lacey, Roy
Lanzetta, Kenneth M.
Lattimer, James M.
Lee, Linwood L.
Likharev, Konstantin K.
Litvinenko, Vladimir N.
Liu, Mengkun
Lukens, James E.
Maiorca, John
Maslov, Sergei
McCarthy, Robert L.
McCoy, Barry
McGrath, Robert L.
McGrew, Clark
Meade, Patrick
Mendez, Emilio E.
Metcalf, Harold J.
Metchev, Stanimir
Mihaly, Laszlo
Misewich, James
Nekrasov, Nikita
Ocko, Ben
Oganov, Artem
Pascuzzi, Edward
Paul, Peter
Peggs, Steve G.
Perna, Rosalba
Peterson, Deane M.
Petrovic, Cedomir
Pezzoli, Maria
Pons, Jose
Ptitsyn, Vadim
Qiu, Jianwei
Rastelli, Leonardo
Rijssenbeek, Michael M.
Rocek, Martin
Schamberger, Robert Dean
Schneble, Dominik A.
Sehgal, Neelima
Semenov, Vasili
Semertzidis, Yannis
Shrock, Robert E.
Shuryak, Edward
Siegel, Warren D.
Simon, Michal
Smith, John
Sprouse, Gene D.
Stephens, Peter W.
Sterman, George F.
Swesty, F. Douglas
Takai, Helio
Teaney, Derek
Tsoupas, Nicholaos
Tsybychev, Dmitri
van Nieuwenhuizen, Peter
Venugopalan, Raju
Verbaarschot, Jacobus
Walter, Frederick M.
Wang, Jin
Wei, Tzu-Chieh
Weinacht, Thomas C.
Weisberger, William
Wilking, Michael
Yahil, Amos
Yanagisawa, Chiaki
Yang, Chen Ning
Zahed, Ismail
Zhu, Yimei
Zingale, Michael A.

Accelerator and Beam Physics

Mei Bai, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999. Overcoming Intrinsic Spin Resonance by Using an RF Dipole.
AD911B, BNL, (631) 344-3397, mbaibnl.gov.
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Ilan Ben-Zvi, BNL Professor, Ph.D. Weizmann Institute, 1970. accelerator physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, C-AD, MS-911B, (631) 344-5143, ilan.ben-zvistonybrook.edu.
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Mikhael G. Fedurin, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2000. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-4381, fedurinbnl.gov.

Yue Hao, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, 2008. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3694, yhaobnl.gov.
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Dmitry Kayran, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2001. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, dkayranbnl.gov.

Vladimir N. Litvinenko, Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1989.
Physics D-102, 2-8093, vladimir.litvinenkostonybrook.edu.
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Steve G. Peggs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1981. Accelerator Physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, RHIC, (631) 344-3104, peggsbnl.gov.
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Astronomy

Alan Calder, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, 1997. Astronomy.
ESS-438, 2-1176, alan.calderstonybrook.edu.
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Glenda Denicolo, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cambridge University, UK, 2004. Astronomy. glenda.denicologmail.com.
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Aren Heinze, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Arizona, 2007.
ESS-430, aren.heinzestonybrook.edu.

Jin Koda, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Tokyo, 2002. Astronomy.
ESS 455, 2-8063, jin.kodastonybrook.edu.
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Kenneth M. Lanzetta, Professor, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1988. Extragalactic Astronomy.
ESS 456, 2-8222, kenneth.lanzettagmail.com.
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James M. Lattimer, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, 1976. Astrophysics.
ESS 449, 2-8227, james.lattimerstonybrook.edu.
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Stanimir Metchev, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cal Tech, 2006. Astronomy. stanimir.metchevstonybrook.edu.
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Rosalba Perna, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1999. High Energy Astrophysics. rosalba.pernastonybrook.edu.
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Deane M. Peterson, Associate Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1968. Stellar and Galactic Astronomy.
ESS 454, 2-8223/2-8758, deane.petersonstonybrook.edu.
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Jose Pons, Visiting Scholar, Ph.D. Univesrity of Valencia, Spain, 1999. jose.ponsua.es.

Neelima Sehgal, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2008. Astrophysics.
ESS 454, 2-8229, neelima.sehgalstonybrook.edu.
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Michal Simon, Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1967. Star Formation.
ESS 453, 2-8226, michal.simonstonybrook.edu.
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F. Douglas Swesty, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1993.
ESS 463, 2-8055, douglas.swestystonybrook.edu.
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Frederick M. Walter, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1981. Astronomy and Astrophysics.
ESS 459, 2-8232, frederick.walterstonybrook.edu.
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Amos Yahil, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. California Institute of Technology, 1970. Astrophysics.
ESS 461, 2-8224, amos.yahilgmail.com.

Michael A. Zingale, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 2000. Computational Astrophysics.
ESS 452, 2-8225, michael.zingalestonybrook.edu.
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Atmospheric Physics

Robert L. de Zafra, Research Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1958. Stratospheric dynamics and the development of instrumentation for remote measurement of stratospheric trace gases.
Physics S-138A, robert.dezafrastonybrook.edu.
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Marvin A. Geller, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1969. Atmospheric dynamics.
111 Endeavor Hall, 2-8686, Marvin.Gellerstonybrook.edu.
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Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics

Thomas Allison, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley, 2010. Atomic, Molecular and Optical Experiment.
Physics A-101, 2-8199, thomas.allisonstonybrook.edu.
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Thomas H. Bergeman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1971.
Physics S-139, 2-8186, Thomas.Bergemansunysb.edu.
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Martin Cohen, Visiting Scholar, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1963. Applied physics.
Physics S-232, 2-8646, cohenmggmail.com.
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Eden Figueroa, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Calgary/University of Konstanz, 2008. Atomic, Molecular and Optical Experiment.
Physics A-104, 2-9492, eden.figueroastonybrook.edu.
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Peter M. Koch, Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1974. Experimental atomic physics; nonlinear dynamical systems.
Physics D-144, 2-8142, peter.kochstonybrook.edu.
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Harold J. Metcalf, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Ph.D. Brown University, 1967. Atomic physics; level crossing techniques.
Physics S-225/S-145, 2-8185/2-8184, harold.metcalfstonybrook.edu.
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Dominik A. Schneble, Associate Professor, Dr. rer.nat, University of Konstanz, 2002. Experimental atomic physics; ultracold quantum gases.
Physics A-106/S-114, 2-8043/2-4497, dominik.schneblestonybrook.edu.
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Thomas C. Weinacht, Professor, Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2000. Experimental atomic physics; molecular dynamics.
Physics A-102/S-105, 2-8163/2-4906, thomas.weinachtstonybrook.edu.
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Brookhaven National Laboratory

Dario Arena, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2000.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, NSLS/725D, (631) 344-3871, darenabnl.gov.

Samuel Aronson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1968. Nuclear physics. (631) 344-2772, aronsonsbnl.gov.
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Sergey Belomestnykh, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1998. Accelerator Physics.
Physics A-139B, (631) 344-8448, sbelomestnykhbnl.gov.

Ilan Ben-Zvi, BNL Professor, Ph.D. Weizmann Institute, 1970. accelerator physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, C-AD, MS-911B, (631) 344-5143, ilan.ben-zvistonybrook.edu.
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Michael Creutz, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stanford University, 1970. High-enery physics lattice guage theory.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Physics 2-20, (631) 344-3871, creutzbnl.gov.
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Sally Dawson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1981. Theoretical physics, collider phenomenology.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-3854, dawsonbnl.gov.
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James Dickerson, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 2002.
BNL, (631) 344-8812, jdickersonbnl.gov.

Steven Dierker, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana, 1983. (631) 344-4966, dierkerbnl.gov.
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Matthew Eisaman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard Univesrity, 2006. meisamanbnl.gov.

Mikhael G. Fedurin, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2000. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-4381, fedurinbnl.gov.

Doon Gibbs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1982.
BNL, gibbsbnl.gov.

Genda Gu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D, Harbin Inst. Of Technology, China, 1989.
BNL, (631) 344-3785, ggubnl.gov.
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Yue Hao, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, 2008. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3694, yhaobnl.gov.
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Frithjof Karsch, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Bielefeld University (Germany), 1982. (631) 344-8015, karschquark.phy.bnl.gov.
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Dmitry Kayran, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2001. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, dkayranbnl.gov.

Wei Ku, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. U. of Tennessee, 2000. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-2684, weikubnl.gov.
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Roy Lacey, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 1987.
Chemistry 459, 2-7955, roy.laceystonybrook.edu.

Vladimir N. Litvinenko, Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1989.
Physics D-102, 2-8093, vladimir.litvinenkostonybrook.edu.
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Sergei Maslov, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1996. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, maslovbnl.gov.
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James Misewich, Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1984. jim.misevichstonybrook.edu.

Ben Ocko, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1984. (631) 344-4299, ockobnl.gov.
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Steve G. Peggs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1981. Accelerator Physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, RHIC, (631) 344-3104, peggsbnl.gov.
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Cedomir Petrovic, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Florida State University, 2000.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-5065, petrovicbnl.gov.

Vadim Ptitsyn, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, Russia, 1997. nuclear physics.
Bldg. 911, (631) 344-7714, vadimpbnl.org.

Yannis Semertzidis, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1989. Experimental nuclear physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3881, yannisbnl.gov.

Helio Takai, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Rio de Janeiro, 1986. experimental particle & heavy ion.
Physics A-112/Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg 555, Rm 126, takaibnl.gov.
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Raju Venugopalan, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 1992. (631) 344-2341, rajuvbnl.gov.
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Yimei Zhu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Nagoya University, 1987. condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, zhubnl.gov.
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C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics

Michael Creutz, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stanford University, 1970. High-enery physics lattice guage theory.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Physics 2-20, (631) 344-3871, creutzbnl.gov.
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Sally Dawson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1981. Theoretical physics, collider phenomenology.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-3854, dawsonbnl.gov.
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Michael Douglas, Adjunct Professor (PHY-AST/Simons Center), Ph.D. Cal Tech, 1988. String theory. michael.douglasstonybrook.edu.
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Rouven Essig, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2008. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6-102, 2-7990, rouven.essigstonybrook.edu.
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Alfred S. Goldhaber, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1964. Theoretical physics, nuclear theory, particle physics, condensed matter, cosmology, astrophysics.
Math Tower 6-113, 2-7975, alfred.goldhaberstonybrook.edu.
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Maria Concepcion Gonzalez-Garcia, Professor, Ph.D. Universidad de Valencia, 1991. Theoretical physics; neutrino physics.
Math Tower 6-115A, 2-7971, conchainsti.physics.sunysb.edu.
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Christopher Herzog, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 2002. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6116B, 2-7985, christopher.herzogstonybrook.edu.
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Vladimir E. Korepin, Professor, Ph.D. Leningrad University, 1977. Mathematical Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter, Exactly Solvable Models, and Quantum Computing.
Physics D-147, 2-7981, vladimir.korepinstonybrook.edu.
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Barry McCoy, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1967. Statistical mechanics.
Physics D-145, 2-7984, barry.mccoystonybrook.edu.
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Patrick Meade, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 2006. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6-104, 2-7969, patrick.meadestonybrook.edu.
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Nikita Nekrasov, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton, 1996.
Simons Center 513, 2-2880, nikita.nekrasovstonybrook.edu.

Jianwei Qiu, BNL Professor, Ph.D. Columbia University, 1987. Theory.
MT-03M, 2-7979, jqiubnl.gov.

Leonardo Rastelli, Associate Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 2000. Theoretical physics.
MT 6-115B, 2-4158, leonardo.rastellistonybrook.edu.
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Martin Rocek, Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1979. Theoretical physics; supersymmetry, string theory.
Math Tower 6-116A, 2-7965, martin.rocekstonybrook.edu.
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Robert E. Shrock, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1975. Particle physics, field theory, statistical mechanics.
Physics D-146, 2-7986, robert.shrockstonybrook.edu.
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Warren D. Siegel, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1977. Theoretical physics; strings.
Math Tower 6-103, 2-7978, warren.siegelstonybrook.edu.
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John Smith, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, 1963. Elementary particle physics.
Math Tower 6-111, 2-7973, john.smithstonybrook.edu.

George F. Sterman, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1974. Theoretical physics; elementary particles.
Math Tower 6-109, 2-7967, george.stermanstonybrook.edu.
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Peter van Nieuwenhuizen, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Utrecht University, 1971. Theoretical physics.
Math Tower 6-110, 2-7972, peter.vannieuwenhuizenstonybrook.edu.
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Tzu-Chieh Wei, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana, 2004. Quantum Theory.
Math Tower 6-101, 2-7966, tzu-chieh.weistonybrook.edu.
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William Weisberger, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. MIT, 1961. Theoretical physics.
Math Tower 6-112, 2-7974, weisberginsti.physics.sunysb.edu.
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Chen Ning Yang, Albert Einstein Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1948. Theoretical physics; field theory; statistical mechanics; particle physics.
Math Tower 6-107/6-108, 2-7980/2-0666, cnyangtsinghua.edu.cn.


Condensed Matter - Experimental and Device Physics

Meigan Aronson, Professor, Ph.D. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, 1988. Solid state physics.
Physics B-106, 2-8091/(631) 344-4915, meigan.aronsonstonybrook.edu.
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Alessandro Cunsolo, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University Joseph Fourier - Grenoble, 1999. Inelastic X-ray scattering.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg. 703, (631) 344-5564, acunsolobnl.gov.

Matthew Dawber, Associate Professor, PhD, Cambridge, 2003. Condensed Matter experimental.
Physics B-105, 2-4978, matthew.dawberstonybrook.edu.
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Steven Dierker, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana, 1983. (631) 344-4966, dierkerbnl.gov.
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Xu Du, Assistant Professor, Ph.D, University of Florida, 2004. Experimental condensed matter physics.
Physics B-103, 2-8019, xu.dustonybrook.edu.
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Christopher Duston, Visiting Scholar.
Physics B-110, 2-8645.

Doon Gibbs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1982.
BNL, gibbsbnl.gov.

Vladimir J. Goldman, Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1985. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-137/S-176, (2-9001/2-8162, vladimir.goldmanstonybrook.edu.
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Genda Gu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D, Harbin Inst. Of Technology, China, 1989.
BNL, (631) 344-3785, ggubnl.gov.
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Michael Gurvitch, Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1978. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-147, 2-7298, michael.gurvitchstonybrook.edu.
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Konstantin K. Likharev, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1969. Nanodevice physics.
Physics B-135, 2-8159, konstantin.likharevstonybrook.edu.
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Mengkun Liu, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Boston University, 2012. mengkunphysics.ucsd.edu.

Emilio E. Mendez, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1979. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-142, 2-8065, emilio.mendezstonybrook.edu.
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Laszlo Mihaly, Professor, Ph.D. Eotvos University, 1977. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-145/S-259/P-101, 2-8178/2-8155/2-8067, laszlo.mihalystonybrook.edu.
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James Misewich, Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1984. jim.misevichstonybrook.edu.

Ben Ocko, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1984. (631) 344-4299, ockobnl.gov.
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Artem Oganov, Affiliated Professor in Physics and Astronomy and Professor of GeoSciences, Ph.D. University College, London, 2002.
ESS 354, 2-1429, artem.oganovstonybrook.edu.
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Cedomir Petrovic, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Florida State University, 2000.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-5065, petrovicbnl.gov.

Vasili Semenov, Research Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1975. nanodevice physics.
Physics B-108, 2-8931, vasili.semenovstonybrook.edu.
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Peter W. Stephens, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1978. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-134, 2-8156/(631) 344-5816, peter.stephensstonybrook.edu.
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Yimei Zhu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Nagoya University, 1987. condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, zhubnl.gov.
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Condensed Matter Theory

Alexandre G. Abanov, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1997. Interference effects in strongly correlated electronic systems.
Physics B-102, 2-8174/2-2820, alexandre.abanovstonybrook.edu.
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Philip B. Allen, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1969. Theoretical solid-state physics.
Physics B-146, 2-8179, philip.allenstonybrook.edu.
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Dmitri V. Averin, Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1987. Solid state physics.
Physics B-140, 2-8177, dmitri.averinstonybrook.edu.
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Maria Victoria Fernandez-Serra, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Cambridge, 2005. Condensed Matter Physics.
Physics B-139, 2-8244, maria.fernandez-serrastonybrook.edu.
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Lukasz Fidkowski, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Stanford University, 2007. Condensed Matter Theory.
Physics B-141, 2-8132, lukasz.fidkowskistonybrook.edu.
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Wei Ku, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. U. of Tennessee, 2000. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-2684, weikubnl.gov.
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Konstantin K. Likharev, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1969. Nanodevice physics.
Physics B-135, 2-8159, konstantin.likharevstonybrook.edu.
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Sergei Maslov, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1996. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, maslovbnl.gov.
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Maria Pezzoli, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. SISSA, 2008. Condensed Matter Theory. maria.pezzolistonybrook.edu.


High Energy Physics - Experimental

Roderich Engelmann, Professor, Ph.D. University of Heidelberg, 1966. Experimental elementary particle physics.
Physics D-106, 2-8087, roderich.engelmannstonybrook.edu.
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Paul D. Grannis, Distinguished Research Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1965. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-142, 2-8088/2-8095, paul.grannisstonybrook.edu.
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John D. Hobbs, Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1991. Experimental high energy physics.
Physics D-139, 2-8107, john.hobbsstonybrook.edu.
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Chang Kee Jung, Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, 1986. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-141, 2-8108, chang.jungstonybrook.edu.
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Frithjof Karsch, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Bielefeld University (Germany), 1982. (631) 344-8015, karschquark.phy.bnl.gov.
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Robert L. McCarthy, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1971. Experimental elementary particle physics.
Physics D-104, 2-8086, robert.mccarthystonybrook.edu.
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Clark McGrew, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, 1994. experimental high energy physics.
Physics D-134, 2-8299, clark.mcgrewstonybrook.edu.
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Michael M. Rijssenbeek, Professor, Ph.D. University of Amsterdam, 1979. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-137, 2-8099, michael.rijssenbeekstonybrook.edu.
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Robert Dean Schamberger, Research Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1977. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-108/D-115, 2-8084/2-8094, dean.schambergerstonybrook.edu.

Helio Takai, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Rio de Janeiro, 1986. experimental particle & heavy ion.
Physics A-112/Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg 555, Rm 126, takaibnl.gov.
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Dmitri Tsybychev, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Florida, 2004. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-140, 2-8106, dmitri.tsybychevstonybrook.edu.
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Michael Wilking, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder, 2009. michael.wilkingstonybrook.edu.

Chiaki Yanagisawa, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Tokyo, 1981. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-138, 2-8105, chiaki.yanagisawastonybrook.edu.
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No affiliation

Carrie Bridge, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2007. Astrophysics: Star Formation and Merger Evolution of Interacting Galaxies. bridgeastro.caltech.edu.

Alexander Krejci, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, 2013.
SBU Korea, akrejcigmail.com.


Nuclear Physics - Theory

Dmitri Kharzeev, Professor, Ph.D, Moscow State University, 1990. Theoretical Particle and Nuclear Physics.
C-142A, 2-8118/(631) 344-7231, dmitri.kharzeevStonybrook.edu.
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Thomas T.S. Kuo, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1964. Nuclear theory.
Physics C-137, 2-8125, thomas.kuostonybrook.edu.
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Edward Shuryak, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1974. Theoretical nuclear physics.
Physics C-139, 2-8127, edward.shuryakstonybrook.edu.
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Derek Teaney, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook, 2001. Nuclear Theory.
Physics C-135, 32-4489, derek.teaneystonybrook.edu.
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Raju Venugopalan, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 1992. (631) 344-2341, rajuvbnl.gov.
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Jacobus Verbaarschot, Professor, Ph.D. University of Utrecht, 1982. Statistical Theory of Spectra.
Physics C-142B/P-103, 2-8123/2-8279, jacobus.verbaarschotstonybrook.edu.
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Ismail Zahed, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1983. Theoretical nuclear physics.
Physics C-141, 2-8129, ismailzahedgmail.com.
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Nuclear and Heavy Ion Physics - Experimental

Samuel Aronson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1968. Nuclear physics. (631) 344-2772, aronsonsbnl.gov.
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Abhay L. Deshpande, Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1995. Nucleon spin and heavy ion physics.
Physics C-101, 2-8109/(631) 344-8783, abhay.deshpandestonybrook.edu.
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Axel K. Drees, Professor, Dr. rer. nat. Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat, Heidelberg, 1989. Heavy ion physics.
Physics C-105, 2-8114/2-4366, axel.dreesstonybrook.edu.
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Thomas K. Hemmick, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1989. Experimental relativistic heavy ion physics.
Physics C-107/S-200, 2-8111/2-8150, thomas.hemmickstonybrook.edu.
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Barbara V. Jacak, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Michigan State University, 1984. Experimental relativistic heavy ion physics.
Physics C-102, 2-6041, barbara.jacakstonybrook.edu.
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Joanna Kiryluk, Assistant Professor, PhD, Warsaw University, 2000. Nuclear and Heavy Ion Physics - Nucleon spin and neutrino physics.
C-109, 2-7734, joanna.kirylukstonybrook.edu.
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Krishna S. Kumar, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Syracuse University, 1990. kkumarphysics.umass.edu.

Linwood L. Lee, Research Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1955. Experimental nuclear structure.
Physics C-106, 2-8116, linwood.leestonybrook.edu.
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Robert L. McGrath, Professor Emeritus and former Provost, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Brookhaven Laboratory Affairs, Ph.D. University of Iowa, 1965. experimental nuclear. robert.mcgrathstonybrook.edu.
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Peter Paul, Distinguished Research Professor, Ph.D. University of Freiburg, 1959. Experimental nuclear physics.
Physics D-143, 2-8138/2-8102, peter.paulstonybrook.edu.
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Yannis Semertzidis, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1989. Experimental nuclear physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3881, yannisbnl.gov.

Gene D. Sprouse, Distinguished Professor (on leave), Ph.D. Stanford University, 1968. Neutral Atom Trapping and Laser Spectroscopy of Radioactive Atoms. Development of Radioactive Beams. gene.sprousestonybrook.edu.
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Nicholaos Tsoupas, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Ohio State University, 1975. accelerator/nuclear physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-4979, tsoupasbnl.gov.


Physical Biology

Ken A. Dill, Distinguished Professor (PHY-AST/Chemistry), Ph.D. UCSD, 1978. Dynamics of polymer solutions.
Laufer Center 117, 2-5401, kenneth.dillstonybrook.edu.

Sergei Maslov, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1996. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, maslovbnl.gov.
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Jin Wang, Affiliated Associate Professor in Physics and Associate Professor in Chemistry, Ph.D. University of Illinois, 1991. biological physics.
Physics B-103/Chemistry 104, jin.wang.1stonybrook.edu.
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Physics Education

Thomas Breeden, Adjunct Professor, breedetsunysuffolk.edu.

Marie deCrombrugghe, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Leuven, Belgium, 1978. Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics. marievannyahoo.com.

Miriam A. Forman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1972. Cosmic Rays in Interplanetary Space. Space Physics.
Physics A-113, 2-8165, miriam.formanstonybrook.edu.
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Erlend H. Graf, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1967. Education.
Physics B-101, 2-8173, erlend.grafstonybrook.edu.
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Angela Kelly, Associate Professor, PHD, Columbia University, 2006. Science Education.
A-141B/Life Sciences 001, 2-8168/2-7075, angela.kellystonybrook.edu.
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John Maiorca, Adjunct Professor, MAT, Stony Brook, 2010. jmaiorca21gmail.com.

Edward Pascuzzi, Lecturer, MA, SBU.
A-139A, edward.pascuzzistonybrook.edu.


Simons Center for Geometry and Physics

Michael Douglas, Adjunct Professor (PHY-AST/Simons Center), Ph.D. Cal Tech, 1988. String theory. michael.douglasstonybrook.edu.
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Adjunct and Affiliated Professors

Dario Arena, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2000.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, NSLS/725D, (631) 344-3871, darenabnl.gov.

Samuel Aronson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1968. Nuclear physics. (631) 344-2772, aronsonsbnl.gov.
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Mei Bai, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999. Overcoming Intrinsic Spin Resonance by Using an RF Dipole.
AD911B, BNL, (631) 344-3397, mbaibnl.gov.
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Sergey Belomestnykh, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1998. Accelerator Physics.
Physics A-139B, (631) 344-8448, sbelomestnykhbnl.gov.

Thomas H. Bergeman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1971.
Physics S-139, 2-8186, Thomas.Bergemansunysb.edu.
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Thomas Breeden, Adjunct Professor, breedetsunysuffolk.edu.

Carrie Bridge, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2007. Astrophysics: Star Formation and Merger Evolution of Interacting Galaxies. bridgeastro.caltech.edu.

Michael Creutz, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stanford University, 1970. High-enery physics lattice guage theory.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Physics 2-20, (631) 344-3871, creutzbnl.gov.
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Alessandro Cunsolo, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University Joseph Fourier - Grenoble, 1999. Inelastic X-ray scattering.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg. 703, (631) 344-5564, acunsolobnl.gov.

Sally Dawson, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1981. Theoretical physics, collider phenomenology.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-3854, dawsonbnl.gov.
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Marie deCrombrugghe, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Leuven, Belgium, 1978. Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics. marievannyahoo.com.

James Dickerson, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 2002.
BNL, (631) 344-8812, jdickersonbnl.gov.

Steven Dierker, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana, 1983. (631) 344-4966, dierkerbnl.gov.
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Michael Douglas, Adjunct Professor (PHY-AST/Simons Center), Ph.D. Cal Tech, 1988. String theory. michael.douglasstonybrook.edu.
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Matthew Eisaman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Harvard Univesrity, 2006. meisamanbnl.gov.

Mikhael G. Fedurin, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2000. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-4381, fedurinbnl.gov.

Miriam A. Forman, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1972. Cosmic Rays in Interplanetary Space. Space Physics.
Physics A-113, 2-8165, miriam.formanstonybrook.edu.
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Marvin A. Geller, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1969. Atmospheric dynamics.
111 Endeavor Hall, 2-8686, Marvin.Gellerstonybrook.edu.
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Doon Gibbs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1982.
BNL, gibbsbnl.gov.

Genda Gu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D, Harbin Inst. Of Technology, China, 1989.
BNL, (631) 344-3785, ggubnl.gov.
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Yue Hao, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, 2008. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3694, yhaobnl.gov.
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Aren Heinze, Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Arizona, 2007.
ESS-430, aren.heinzestonybrook.edu.

Frithjof Karsch, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Bielefeld University (Germany), 1982. (631) 344-8015, karschquark.phy.bnl.gov.
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Dmitry Kayran, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. Budker Institute, Novosibirsk State University, 2001. Accelerator Physics.
BNL, dkayranbnl.gov.

Alexander Krejci, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, 2013.
SBU Korea, akrejcigmail.com.

Wei Ku, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. U. of Tennessee, 2000. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-2684, weikubnl.gov.
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Krishna S. Kumar, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Syracuse University, 1990. kkumarphysics.umass.edu.

Roy Lacey, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 1987.
Chemistry 459, 2-7955, roy.laceystonybrook.edu.

Mengkun Liu, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Boston University, 2012. mengkunphysics.ucsd.edu.

John Maiorca, Adjunct Professor, MAT, Stony Brook, 2010. jmaiorca21gmail.com.

Sergei Maslov, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1996. theoretical condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, maslovbnl.gov.
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Stanimir Metchev, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cal Tech, 2006. Astronomy. stanimir.metchevstonybrook.edu.
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Ben Ocko, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1984. (631) 344-4299, ockobnl.gov.
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Artem Oganov, Affiliated Professor in Physics and Astronomy and Professor of GeoSciences, Ph.D. University College, London, 2002.
ESS 354, 2-1429, artem.oganovstonybrook.edu.
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Edward Pascuzzi, Lecturer, MA, SBU.
A-139A, edward.pascuzzistonybrook.edu.

Steve G. Peggs, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1981. Accelerator Physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, RHIC, (631) 344-3104, peggsbnl.gov.
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Cedomir Petrovic, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Florida State University, 2000.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-5065, petrovicbnl.gov.

Maria Pezzoli, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Ph.D. SISSA, 2008. Condensed Matter Theory. maria.pezzolistonybrook.edu.

Vadim Ptitsyn, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, Russia, 1997. nuclear physics.
Bldg. 911, (631) 344-7714, vadimpbnl.org.

Yannis Semertzidis, Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1989. Experimental nuclear physics.
BNL, (631) 344-3881, yannisbnl.gov.

Helio Takai, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Rio de Janeiro, 1986. experimental particle & heavy ion.
Physics A-112/Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg 555, Rm 126, takaibnl.gov.
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Nicholaos Tsoupas, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Ohio State University, 1975. accelerator/nuclear physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, (631) 344-4979, tsoupasbnl.gov.

Raju Venugopalan, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 1992. (631) 344-2341, rajuvbnl.gov.
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Jin Wang, Affiliated Associate Professor in Physics and Associate Professor in Chemistry, Ph.D. University of Illinois, 1991. biological physics.
Physics B-103/Chemistry 104, jin.wang.1stonybrook.edu.
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Yimei Zhu, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D. Nagoya University, 1987. condensed matter.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, zhubnl.gov.
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Assistant Professors

Thomas Allison, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley, 2010. Atomic, Molecular and Optical Experiment.
Physics A-101, 2-8199, thomas.allisonstonybrook.edu.
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Xu Du, Assistant Professor, Ph.D, University of Florida, 2004. Experimental condensed matter physics.
Physics B-103, 2-8019, xu.dustonybrook.edu.
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Rouven Essig, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2008. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6-102, 2-7990, rouven.essigstonybrook.edu.
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Lukasz Fidkowski, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Stanford University, 2007. Condensed Matter Theory.
Physics B-141, 2-8132, lukasz.fidkowskistonybrook.edu.
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Eden Figueroa, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Calgary/University of Konstanz, 2008. Atomic, Molecular and Optical Experiment.
Physics A-104, 2-9492, eden.figueroastonybrook.edu.
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Joanna Kiryluk, Assistant Professor, PhD, Warsaw University, 2000. Nuclear and Heavy Ion Physics - Nucleon spin and neutrino physics.
C-109, 2-7734, joanna.kirylukstonybrook.edu.
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Jin Koda, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Tokyo, 2002. Astronomy.
ESS 455, 2-8063, jin.kodastonybrook.edu.
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Patrick Meade, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 2006. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6-104, 2-7969, patrick.meadestonybrook.edu.
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Neelima Sehgal, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Rutgers University, 2008. Astrophysics.
ESS 454, 2-8229, neelima.sehgalstonybrook.edu.
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Dmitri Tsybychev, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Florida, 2004. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-140, 2-8106, dmitri.tsybychevstonybrook.edu.
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Tzu-Chieh Wei, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana, 2004. Quantum Theory.
Math Tower 6-101, 2-7966, tzu-chieh.weistonybrook.edu.
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Michael Wilking, Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder, 2009. michael.wilkingstonybrook.edu.


Associate Professors

Alexandre G. Abanov, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1997. Interference effects in strongly correlated electronic systems.
Physics B-102, 2-8174/2-2820, alexandre.abanovstonybrook.edu.
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Alan Calder, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, 1997. Astronomy.
ESS-438, 2-1176, alan.calderstonybrook.edu.
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Matthew Dawber, Associate Professor, PhD, Cambridge, 2003. Condensed Matter experimental.
Physics B-105, 2-4978, matthew.dawberstonybrook.edu.
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Maria Victoria Fernandez-Serra, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Cambridge, 2005. Condensed Matter Physics.
Physics B-139, 2-8244, maria.fernandez-serrastonybrook.edu.
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Erlend H. Graf, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1967. Education.
Physics B-101, 2-8173, erlend.grafstonybrook.edu.
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Christopher Herzog, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 2002. High Energy Theory.
Math Tower 6116B, 2-7985, christopher.herzogstonybrook.edu.
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Angela Kelly, Associate Professor, PHD, Columbia University, 2006. Science Education.
A-141B/Life Sciences 001, 2-8168/2-7075, angela.kellystonybrook.edu.
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Clark McGrew, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, 1994. experimental high energy physics.
Physics D-134, 2-8299, clark.mcgrewstonybrook.edu.
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Rosalba Perna, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1999. High Energy Astrophysics. rosalba.pernastonybrook.edu.
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Leonardo Rastelli, Associate Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 2000. Theoretical physics.
MT 6-115B, 2-4158, leonardo.rastellistonybrook.edu.
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Dominik A. Schneble, Associate Professor, Dr. rer.nat, University of Konstanz, 2002. Experimental atomic physics; ultracold quantum gases.
Physics A-106/S-114, 2-8043/2-4497, dominik.schneblestonybrook.edu.
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Derek Teaney, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Stony Brook, 2001. Nuclear Theory.
Physics C-135, 32-4489, derek.teaneystonybrook.edu.
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Michael A. Zingale, Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 2000. Computational Astrophysics.
ESS 452, 2-8225, michael.zingalestonybrook.edu.
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Brookhaven Professors

Ilan Ben-Zvi, BNL Professor, Ph.D. Weizmann Institute, 1970. accelerator physics.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, C-AD, MS-911B, (631) 344-5143, ilan.ben-zvistonybrook.edu.
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Jianwei Qiu, BNL Professor, Ph.D. Columbia University, 1987. Theory.
MT-03M, 2-7979, jqiubnl.gov.


Distinguished Professors

Ken A. Dill, Distinguished Professor (PHY-AST/Chemistry), Ph.D. UCSD, 1978. Dynamics of polymer solutions.
Laufer Center 117, 2-5401, kenneth.dillstonybrook.edu.

Paul D. Grannis, Distinguished Research Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1965. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-142, 2-8088/2-8095, paul.grannisstonybrook.edu.
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Thomas K. Hemmick, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1989. Experimental relativistic heavy ion physics.
Physics C-107/S-200, 2-8111/2-8150, thomas.hemmickstonybrook.edu.
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Barbara V. Jacak, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Michigan State University, 1984. Experimental relativistic heavy ion physics.
Physics C-102, 2-6041, barbara.jacakstonybrook.edu.
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Janos Kirz, Distinguished Research Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1963. x-ray physics. jkirzlbl.gov.
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James M. Lattimer, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, 1976. Astrophysics.
ESS 449, 2-8227, james.lattimerstonybrook.edu.
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Konstantin K. Likharev, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1969. Nanodevice physics.
Physics B-135, 2-8159, konstantin.likharevstonybrook.edu.
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Barry McCoy, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1967. Statistical mechanics.
Physics D-145, 2-7984, barry.mccoystonybrook.edu.
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Harold J. Metcalf, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Ph.D. Brown University, 1967. Atomic physics; level crossing techniques.
Physics S-225/S-145, 2-8185/2-8184, harold.metcalfstonybrook.edu.
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Peter Paul, Distinguished Research Professor, Ph.D. University of Freiburg, 1959. Experimental nuclear physics.
Physics D-143, 2-8138/2-8102, peter.paulstonybrook.edu.
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Edward Shuryak, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1974. Theoretical nuclear physics.
Physics C-139, 2-8127, edward.shuryakstonybrook.edu.
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Gene D. Sprouse, Distinguished Professor (on leave), Ph.D. Stanford University, 1968. Neutral Atom Trapping and Laser Spectroscopy of Radioactive Atoms. Development of Radioactive Beams. gene.sprousestonybrook.edu.
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George F. Sterman, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1974. Theoretical physics; elementary particles.
Math Tower 6-109, 2-7967, george.stermanstonybrook.edu.
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Peter van Nieuwenhuizen, Distinguished Professor, Ph.D. Utrecht University, 1971. Theoretical physics.
Math Tower 6-110, 2-7972, peter.vannieuwenhuizenstonybrook.edu.
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Emeritus Professors

Arnold Feingold, Professor Emeritus, jafeingoldyahoo.com.

Peter B. Kahn, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. Northwestern University, 1960. Theoretical physics; nonlinear dynamics.
Physics A-104, 2-8164, peter.kahnstonybrook.edu.
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Thomas T.S. Kuo, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1964. Nuclear theory.
Physics C-137, 2-8125, thomas.kuostonybrook.edu.
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James E. Lukens, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of California, San Diego, 1968. Nanodevice physics.
Physics B-143/S-175, 2-8081/2-8077, james.lukensstonybrook.edu.
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Robert L. McGrath, Professor Emeritus and former Provost, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Brookhaven Laboratory Affairs, Ph.D. University of Iowa, 1965. experimental nuclear. robert.mcgrathstonybrook.edu.
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Deane M. Peterson, Associate Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1968. Stellar and Galactic Astronomy.
ESS 454, 2-8223/2-8758, deane.petersonstonybrook.edu.
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John Smith, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, 1963. Elementary particle physics.
Math Tower 6-111, 2-7973, john.smithstonybrook.edu.

William Weisberger, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. MIT, 1961. Theoretical physics.
Math Tower 6-112, 2-7974, weisberginsti.physics.sunysb.edu.
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Amos Yahil, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. California Institute of Technology, 1970. Astrophysics.
ESS 461, 2-8224, amos.yahilgmail.com.

Chen Ning Yang, Albert Einstein Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1948. Theoretical physics; field theory; statistical mechanics; particle physics.
Math Tower 6-107/6-108, 2-7980/2-0666, cnyangtsinghua.edu.cn.


Professors

Philip B. Allen, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1969. Theoretical solid-state physics.
Physics B-146, 2-8179, philip.allenstonybrook.edu.
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Meigan Aronson, Professor, Ph.D. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, 1988. Solid state physics.
Physics B-106, 2-8091/(631) 344-4915, meigan.aronsonstonybrook.edu.
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Dmitri V. Averin, Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1987. Solid state physics.
Physics B-140, 2-8177, dmitri.averinstonybrook.edu.
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Abhay L. Deshpande, Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1995. Nucleon spin and heavy ion physics.
Physics C-101, 2-8109/(631) 344-8783, abhay.deshpandestonybrook.edu.
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Axel K. Drees, Professor, Dr. rer. nat. Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat, Heidelberg, 1989. Heavy ion physics.
Physics C-105, 2-8114/2-4366, axel.dreesstonybrook.edu.
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Roderich Engelmann, Professor, Ph.D. University of Heidelberg, 1966. Experimental elementary particle physics.
Physics D-106, 2-8087, roderich.engelmannstonybrook.edu.
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Alfred S. Goldhaber, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1964. Theoretical physics, nuclear theory, particle physics, condensed matter, cosmology, astrophysics.
Math Tower 6-113, 2-7975, alfred.goldhaberstonybrook.edu.
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Vladimir J. Goldman, Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1985. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-137/S-176, (2-9001/2-8162, vladimir.goldmanstonybrook.edu.
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Maria Concepcion Gonzalez-Garcia, Professor, Ph.D. Universidad de Valencia, 1991. Theoretical physics; neutrino physics.
Math Tower 6-115A, 2-7971, conchainsti.physics.sunysb.edu.
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Michael Gurvitch, Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1978. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-147, 2-7298, michael.gurvitchstonybrook.edu.
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John D. Hobbs, Professor, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1991. Experimental high energy physics.
Physics D-139, 2-8107, john.hobbsstonybrook.edu.
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Chang Kee Jung, Professor, Ph.D. Indiana University, 1986. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-141, 2-8108, chang.jungstonybrook.edu.
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Dmitri Kharzeev, Professor, Ph.D, Moscow State University, 1990. Theoretical Particle and Nuclear Physics.
C-142A, 2-8118/(631) 344-7231, dmitri.kharzeevStonybrook.edu.
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Peter M. Koch, Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1974. Experimental atomic physics; nonlinear dynamical systems.
Physics D-144, 2-8142, peter.kochstonybrook.edu.
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Vladimir E. Korepin, Professor, Ph.D. Leningrad University, 1977. Mathematical Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter, Exactly Solvable Models, and Quantum Computing.
Physics D-147, 2-7981, vladimir.korepinstonybrook.edu.
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Kenneth M. Lanzetta, Professor, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1988. Extragalactic Astronomy.
ESS 456, 2-8222, kenneth.lanzettagmail.com.
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Vladimir N. Litvinenko, Professor, Ph.D. Novosibirsk Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1989.
Physics D-102, 2-8093, vladimir.litvinenkostonybrook.edu.
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Robert L. McCarthy, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1971. Experimental elementary particle physics.
Physics D-104, 2-8086, robert.mccarthystonybrook.edu.
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Emilio E. Mendez, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1979. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-142, 2-8065, emilio.mendezstonybrook.edu.
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Laszlo Mihaly, Professor, Ph.D. Eotvos University, 1977. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-145/S-259/P-101, 2-8178/2-8155/2-8067, laszlo.mihalystonybrook.edu.
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James Misewich, Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1984. jim.misevichstonybrook.edu.

Nikita Nekrasov, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton, 1996.
Simons Center 513, 2-2880, nikita.nekrasovstonybrook.edu.

Michael M. Rijssenbeek, Professor, Ph.D. University of Amsterdam, 1979. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-137, 2-8099, michael.rijssenbeekstonybrook.edu.
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Martin Rocek, Professor, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1979. Theoretical physics; supersymmetry, string theory.
Math Tower 6-116A, 2-7965, martin.rocekstonybrook.edu.
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Robert E. Shrock, Professor, Ph.D. Princeton University, 1975. Particle physics, field theory, statistical mechanics.
Physics D-146, 2-7986, robert.shrockstonybrook.edu.
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Warren D. Siegel, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1977. Theoretical physics; strings.
Math Tower 6-103, 2-7978, warren.siegelstonybrook.edu.
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Peter W. Stephens, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1978. Experimental solid-state physics.
Physics B-134, 2-8156/(631) 344-5816, peter.stephensstonybrook.edu.
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Jacobus Verbaarschot, Professor, Ph.D. University of Utrecht, 1982. Statistical Theory of Spectra.
Physics C-142B/P-103, 2-8123/2-8279, jacobus.verbaarschotstonybrook.edu.
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Frederick M. Walter, Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1981. Astronomy and Astrophysics.
ESS 459, 2-8232, frederick.walterstonybrook.edu.
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Thomas C. Weinacht, Professor, Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2000. Experimental atomic physics; molecular dynamics.
Physics A-102/S-105, 2-8163/2-4906, thomas.weinachtstonybrook.edu.
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Ismail Zahed, Professor, Ph.D. MIT, 1983. Theoretical nuclear physics.
Physics C-141, 2-8129, ismailzahedgmail.com.
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Research Professors and Visiting Scholars

Martin Cohen, Visiting Scholar, Ph.D. Harvard University, 1963. Applied physics.
Physics S-232, 2-8646, cohenmggmail.com.
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Robert L. de Zafra, Research Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1958. Stratospheric dynamics and the development of instrumentation for remote measurement of stratospheric trace gases.
Physics S-138A, robert.dezafrastonybrook.edu.
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Glenda Denicolo, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Cambridge University, UK, 2004. Astronomy. glenda.denicologmail.com.
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Christopher Duston, Visiting Scholar.
Physics B-110, 2-8645.

Linwood L. Lee, Research Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, 1955. Experimental nuclear structure.
Physics C-106, 2-8116, linwood.leestonybrook.edu.
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Jose Pons, Visiting Scholar, Ph.D. Univesrity of Valencia, Spain, 1999. jose.ponsua.es.

Robert Dean Schamberger, Research Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1977. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-108/D-115, 2-8084/2-8094, dean.schambergerstonybrook.edu.

Vasili Semenov, Research Professor, Ph.D. Moscow State University, 1975. nanodevice physics.
Physics B-108, 2-8931, vasili.semenovstonybrook.edu.
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Michal Simon, Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1967. Star Formation.
ESS 453, 2-8226, michal.simonstonybrook.edu.
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F. Douglas Swesty, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1993.
ESS 463, 2-8055, douglas.swestystonybrook.edu.
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Chiaki Yanagisawa, Research Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Tokyo, 1981. Experimental high-energy physics.
Physics D-138, 2-8105, chiaki.yanagisawastonybrook.edu.
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