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  • MIT Department of Physics
    Student Council Undergraduate Women in Physics Graduate Women in Physics Alumni and Friends Events Events Upcoming Events Pappalardo Fellowships Symposium Colloquium Schedule Department Calendar Boston Area Physics Calendar Other Physics Events Giving Giving Giving to Physics Alumni Friends Profiles physics mit Green Center for Physics Pappalardo Fellowships MIT Alumni Association Policies Research Research Areas Astrophysics Atomic Biophysics Condensed Matter and Plasma Physics Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics Affiliated Labs and Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia Current Competition Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Overview Faculty Listing Affiliated Labs and Centers Overview MIT Physics Department faculty work with their research groups in MIT s Laboratory for Nuclear Science LNS to understand the structures and interactions of the fundamental constituents of matter They carry out research in nuclear and particle physics subfields that are seamlessly integrated at MIT Their work is often done with large experimental equipment located away from MIT using state of the art computers and with guidance and assistance from highly skilled engineering and technical staff Nuclear physics experiments are performed with electrons at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility with polarized protons at Brookhaven National Laboratory with neutrons at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center and with electrons and positrons at the DESY Laboratory in Germany The high energy particle physics program involves experiments with both high energy protons and heavy ions at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland the search for antimatter and dark matter in space with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station and additional dark matter experiments at WIPP in New Mexico and SNOLab in Canada Properties of neutrinos are being explored through experiments at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Karlsruhe

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/physics/research/npx/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Physics
    Departmental Committees Society of Physics Students Physics Graduate Student Council Undergraduate Women in Physics Graduate Women in Physics Alumni and Friends Events Events Upcoming Events Pappalardo Fellowships Symposium Colloquium Schedule Department Calendar Boston Area Physics Calendar Other Physics Events Giving Giving Giving to Physics Alumni Friends Profiles physics mit Green Center for Physics Pappalardo Fellowships MIT Alumni Association Policies Research Research Areas Astrophysics Atomic Biophysics Condensed Matter and Plasma Physics Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics Affiliated Labs and Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia Current Competition Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics Overview Areas of Research Faculty Listing Affiliated Labs and Centers Overview The division of Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics has its home in the Center for Theoretical Physics in the new Green Center Here theoretical physicists work on many aspects of particle and nuclear physics as well as on quantum computing The efforts in particle physics go from exploring physics at the energy scales being probed by the Large Hadron Collider to much higher energies where string theory may give a picture of how gravity is united with the other forces The nuclear and particle physicists in the Center are interested in understanding both what will happen when protons are collided at the LHC as well as the droplets of quark gluon plasma made in collisions of heavy nuclei Particle physics is a key component of our understanding of the early universe and physicists in the Center for Theoretical Physics work on the inflationary universe and other areas of cosmology At lower energies physicists are attempting to understand the nature of the strong interactions which is the force that holds the proton together Here pencil and paper calculations aided

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  • MIT Department of Physics
    Physics on OCW Research Research Research Areas Affiliated Labs Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics People People Faculty Directory Academic Staff Directory Administrative Staff Directory Pappalardo Fellows Directory Postdoctoral Scholars Departmental Committees Society of Physics Students Physics Graduate Student Council Undergraduate Women in Physics Graduate Women in Physics Alumni and Friends Events Events Upcoming Events Pappalardo Fellowships Symposium Colloquium Schedule Department Calendar Boston Area Physics Calendar Other Physics Events Giving Giving Giving to Physics Alumni Friends Profiles physics mit Green Center for Physics Pappalardo Fellowships MIT Alumni Association Policies Research Research Areas Astrophysics Atomic Biophysics Condensed Matter and Plasma Physics Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics Affiliated Labs and Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia Current Competition MIT Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Program Administration Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia 2016 2019 Competition The Physics Department Head appoints the members of the program s Executive Committee which includes a rotating faculty membership responsible for the review evaluation and selection of candidates and one staff Administrator who directly administers the program The Pappalardo

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  • MIT Department of Physics
    Subjects Office Hours All Subjects Academic Calendar Course 8 Catalog Physics on OCW Research Research Research Areas Affiliated Labs Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics People People Faculty Directory Academic Staff Directory Administrative Staff Directory Pappalardo Fellows Directory Postdoctoral Scholars Departmental Committees Society of Physics Students Physics Graduate Student Council Undergraduate Women in Physics Graduate Women in Physics Alumni and Friends Events Events Upcoming Events Pappalardo Fellowships Symposium Colloquium Schedule Department Calendar Boston Area Physics Calendar Other Physics Events Giving Giving Giving to Physics Alumni Friends Profiles physics mit Green Center for Physics Pappalardo Fellowships MIT Alumni Association Policies Research Research Areas Astrophysics Atomic Biophysics Condensed Matter and Plasma Physics Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Theoretical Nuclear and Particle Physics Affiliated Labs and Centers Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia Current Competition MIT Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Executive Committee 2015 16 Academic Year Program Overview Program Administration Program Founder Current Executive Committee Current Fellows Incoming Fellows Former Fellows Symposia 2016 2019 Competition Janet Conrad Chair Professor of Physics Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Peter Fisher Department Head Physics Ex Officio Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Pablo Jarillo Herrero Mitsui

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  • MIT Department of Physics
    2019 Competition Pappalardo Fellows in Physics 2015 2016 Academic Year Guy Bunin 2013 16 Biophysics Non equilibrium Statistical Mechanics Jeongwan Haah 2013 16 Quantum Information Theory Or Hen 2015 18 Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Itamar Kimchi 2015 18 Hard Condensed Matter Theory Robert Penna 2013 16 Theoretical Astrophysics Benjamin Safdi 2014 17 Theoretical High Energy Physics Inti Sodemann 2014 17 Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Meng Su 2012 15 Theoretical Astrophysics Inna Vishik 2013 16 Condensed Matter Experiment Haruki Watanabe 2015 16 Hard Condensed Matter Theory Theoretical Nuclear Particle Physics Taritree Wongjirad 2014 17 Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Pappalardo Fellows in Physics 2016 2019 Incoming Fellows Rachel Carr 2016 19 Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Richard Fletcher 2016 19 Atomic Physics Carl Rodriguez 2016 19 Theoretical Astrophysics Sanfeng Wu 2016 19 Experimental Condensed Matter Physics top Pappalardo Fellows in Physics Former Fellows Mustafa Amin 2008 2011 Assistant Professor of Physics Rice University Theoretical Astrophysics James Battat 2008 2011 Assistant Professor of Physics Wellesley College Experimental Astrophysics Experimental Nuclear Particle Physics Paul Chesler 2009 2012 Post Doctoral Fellow Harvard University Nuclear and Particle Theory Hugh Churchill 2012 15 Assistant Professor of Physics University of Arkansas Condensed Matter Experiment Marija Drndic Professor of Physics University of Pennsylvania Experimental Condensed Matter Physics Physical Chemistry Nanoscience Henriette Elvang Associate Professor of Physics University of Michigan Ann Arbor Theoretical High Energy Physics gravity quantum field theory supersymmetry string theory Michael Misha Fogler Associate Professor of Physics University of California San Diego Hard Condensed Matter Theory Joshua Folk Associate Professor of Physics University of British Columbia Vancouver Experimental Condensed Matter Physics Margaret Gardel Associate Professor of Physics University of Chicago Experimental Biophysics Jeff Gore 2007 2010 Assistant Professor of Physics MIT Biophysics Ilya Gruzberg Professor of Physics Ohio State University Hard Condensed Matter Theory Matthew Headrick Associate Professor of Physics Brandeis University String Theory quantum field theory general relativity geometry Walter Hofstetter Professor of Physics Institut für Theoretische Physik Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main Germany Hard Condensed Matter Theory David Hsieh 2009 2012 Professor of Physics California Institute of Technology Condensed Matter Experiment Nitya Kallivayalil 2007 2010 Assistant Professor University of Virginia Experimental Astrophysics David Kaplan Assistant Professor Physics University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Experimental Astrophysics David Kielpinski Professor of Physics Griffith University Australia Quantum Computing and Atomic Physics Kirill Korolev 2010 13 Assistant Professor in Department of Physics and Program in Bioinformatics Boston University Soft Condensed Matter Theory Biophysics Yoav Lahini 2012 15 Research Associate Harvard University Experimental Soft Matter Theory Benjamin Lane Principal Scientist Draper Laboratory Experimental Astrophysics Lu Li 2008 2011 Assistant Professor of Physics University of Michigan Ann Arbor Condensed Matter Experimental Physics Laura Lopez 2011 2014 Assistant Professor of Physics Ohio State University Experimental Astrophysics Karen Michaeli 2010 13 Senior Scientist Weizmann Institute of Science Hard Condensed Matter Theory Michael L Miller Affiliate Assistant Professor of Physics University of Washington Experimental Particle Physics Jocelyn Monroe Professor of Physics University of London Royal Holloway Dark Matter and Neutrino Physics Duff Neill 2012 15

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/physics/research/pappalardo/fellows.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Physics
    May 8 2015 Prof Jeff Gore Latham Family Career Development Assistant Professor of Physics Introductory Remarks Dr Taritree Wongjirad 2014 17 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Searching for Neutrino less Double Beta Decay Using Quantum Dot Nanoparticles Dr Inti Sodemann 2014 17 Pappalardo Fellow Hard Condensed Matter Theory The Nature of Spin Superfluidity and its Potential Uses Dr Meng Su 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Theoretical Astrophysics From Space to the Tibet Plateau Probing the Mystery of the Universe in Gamma Ray and Microwave Dr Benjamin Safdi 2014 17 Pappalardo Fellow Theoretical High Energy Physics Directional Antineutrino Detection Dr Yoav Lahini 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Biophysics Towards Optical Measurements of Virus Self Assembly How Does a Virus Grow The 13th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium Friday May 16 2014 Prof Peter Fisher Head Department of Physics Introductory Remarks Dr Robert Penna 2013 16 Pappalardo Fellow Theoretical Astrophysics Spinning Black Holes Dr Jeongwan Haah 2013 16 Pappalardo Fellow Quantum Information Theory Protecting Quantum Information Dr Inna Vishik 2013 16 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Condensed Matter Adventures in Unconventional Superconductivity Dr Guy Bunin 2013 16 Pappalardo Fellow Biophysics Non equilibrium Statistical Mechanics From Symmetries to Probabilities Dr Joshua Spitz 2011 14 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics Testing Einstein with Neutrinos The 12th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium Friday May 10 2013 Prof Janet Conrad Professor of Physics MIT Introductory Remarks Dr Meng Su 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Theoretical Astrophysics Surprises When You Look Up at the Sky with Gamma ray Goggles Dr Hugh Churchill 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Condensed Matter Nanoelectronics with Atomically Layered Materials Dr Yoav Lahini 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Theoretical Experimental Condensed Matter Quantum Walks with Integrated Photonics Dr Duff Neill 2012 15 Pappalardo Fellow Quantum Field Theory Dynamics at the Large Hadron Collider LHC with Effective Field Theories Dr Andrea Young 2011 14 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Condensed Matter Fractal Butterflies in Moiré Superlattices The 11th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium Friday May 18 2012 Howard Messing 73 Course VI President CEO Meditech Inc Introductory Remarks Dr Laura Lopez 2011 14 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Astrophysics Dissecting the Remnants of Nearby Supernova Explosions Dr Karen Michaeli 2010 13 Pappalardo Fellow Hard Condensed Matter Theory New Physics Sandwiched Between Two Oxide Insulators Dr Joshua Spitz 2011 14 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Neutrino Physics The Disappearing Neutrino Dr Silviu Pufu 2011 14 Pappalardo Fellow String Theory A Membrane Puzzle Dr Simona Vegetti 2010 13 Pappalardo Fellow Experimental Astrophysics Testing Galaxy Formation Models at the Small Scales The 10th Annual Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics Symposium Friday May 13 2011 Prof Jocelyn Monroe 2006 2009 Pappalardo Fellow Introductory Remarks Dr James Battat 2008 2011 Pappalardo Fellow Dark Matter and Neutrino Physics The Hunt for Dark Matter Dr Lu Li 2008 2011 Pappalardo Fellow Condensed Matter Experiment Oxide interface a Chance for New Electronics Dr Kirill Korolev 2010 2013 Pappalardo Fellow Soft Condensed Matter Theory Biophysics Genetic Demixing in Bacterial Colonies Dr Fa Wang 2009 2012

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  • MIT Department of Physics
    remaining two years combined with 5 000 per academic year in untaxed discretionary research funds and MIT Affiliate Health Plan insurance coverage for Fellows and their dependents top 2016 2019 Fellowships Competition The Executive Committee of the MIT Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics invites faculty and senior researchers within the international community of physics astronomy or related fields to submit nominations for the 2016 2019 MIT Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics competition Nominees must be young men or women of exceptional ability who currently have or will have received a doctoral degree in physics astronomy or related fields by September 1 2016 Nominations must be submitted online via the link below By the time of the nomination deadline of Monday September 14 2015 each candidate will have been emailed instructions on how to access the 2016 2019 Pappalardo Fellowships competition s application section of academicjobsonline org where all required applicant materials including referee letters will need to be submitted for Committee review We thank you for participating in the 2016 2019 MIT Pappalardo Fellowships in Physics competition Dear Faculty Before filling out a nomination form please note To participate in the Pappalardo Fellowships competition a candidate must be nominated by a faculty member or senior researcher in physics astronomy or related fields Self nominated applicants cannot be accepted A letter of reference is NOT submitted by the faculty nominator with the online nomination form Instead the candidate will submit your contact information to academicjobsonline org AJO and then AJO will email you directly with instructions for submitting the nominator s letter of reference directly to its secure confidential server on its site Current MIT graduate students and postdoctoral researchers or those who have already received an offer for a postdoctoral position from an MIT faculty member will only be considered in exceptional circumstances The NOMINATION period for the 2016 2019 PAPPALARDO FELLOWSHIPS competition is now closed top Competition Schedule 2016 2019 Pappalardo Fellowships Late July 2015 Call for Nominations opened By the time of the nomination deadline of Monday September 14 2015 each candidate will have been emailed instructions on how to access the 2016 2019 Pappalardo Fellowships competition s application section of academicjobsonline org where all required applicant materials including referee letters will need to be submitted for Committee review Mon day SEPTEMBER 14 2015 NOMINATION DEADLINE To participate in the Pappalardo Fellowships competition a candidate must be nominated by a faculty member or senior researcher in physics astronomy or related fields Self nominated applicants cannot be accepted A letter of reference is NOT submitted by the faculty nominator with the online nomination form Instead the candidate will submit your contact information to academicjobsonline org AJO and then AJO will email you directly with instructions for submitting the nominator s letter of reference directly to its secure confidential server on its site Current MIT graduate students and postdoctoral researchers or those who have already received an offer for a postdoctoral position from an MIT faculty member will only be considered in

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  • Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory - MIT
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