Experimental Nuclear Physics at UNH
Welcome to my webpage! I am a postdoctoral research scientist in the Nuclear Physics Group in the Physics Department at the University of New Hampshire. My research interests are in the area of experimental nuclear and particle physics, in researching the fundamental nature of matter. I am involved with several experiments at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News, Virginia, designed to further our understanding of how the Universe is put together. I also am working with the research students that are in our group building a laser testing facility in our lab in DeMeritt Hall at UNH to test the silicon detectors for the new spectrometer (CLAS12) that will be built for Hall B during the upgrade of Jefferson Lab's accelerator.
We do a lot of fun and amazing research in nuclear physics, so take a moment and look under the Research tab to learn about what I am currently doing in the Nuclear Group at UNH.