Experimental nuclear/particle/hadronic physics; study of the internal structure and dynamics of strongly interacting matter in medium-energy fixed-target electron scattering experiments; imaging of the internal quark structure of protons, neutrons and nuclei in both coordinate and momentum space to reveal how strongly interacting matter is built from its fundamental quark and gluon constituents in terms of Quantum Chromodynamics.
- Ph.D., Physics, MIT, 2010
- B.Sc., Physics, University of Virginia, 2004
- 2013-present: Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut
- 2012-2013: Staff Scientist, Jefferson National Laboratory
- 2009-2011: Director’s Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- American Physical Society
- Division of Nuclear Physics
- Topical Group on Hadronic Physics
- American Association of University Professors
- Jefferson Lab Hall A
- Super BigBite Spectrometer (SBS)
- Jefferson Lab Hall C
Approved JLab Experiments as Spokesperson
- E12-09-018: Semi-Inclusive Deep Inelastic Scattering on a Transversely Polarized Helium-3 Target (Proposal)
- 64 beam-days, Hall A, “A-” scientific rating.
- E12-07-109: Proton electromagnetic form factor ratio to Q2= 12 GeV2 by polarization transfer (Proposal)
- 45 beam-days, Hall A, “A-” scientific rating. Deemed “High Impact” experiment by JLab PAC41
Other JLab Experiments With Major Involvement of My Group
- E12-09-019: Measurement of the neutron magnetic form factor to Q2= 13.5 GeV2 using the ratio method (Proposal)
- 25 beam-days, “B+” scientific rating.
- E12-09-016: Measurement of the neutron electric/magnetic form factor ratio to Q2= 10.2 GeV2 using a polarized Helium-3 target (Proposal)
- 50 beam-days, “A-” scientific rating.
- E12-15-006: Measurement of tagged Deep-Inelastic Scattering (Proposal)
- 27 beam-days, Conditionally approved, “A-” scientific rating