I am a member of the VERITAS and CTA collaborations, pursuing the study of high-energy gamma-rays from astrophysical objects.
I study natural processes producing high-energy radiation in environments including thunderstorms, Earth’s radiation belts, and solar flares. I use instrumentation at ground sites and on balloons, aircraft, and spacecraft.
My research focuses on the retina and visual system. I use large scale multielectrode recording systems developed by physicists, biologists, and engineers to study the function, development, and treatment of neural circuits.
I am an experimental particle physicist with broad interests in both the fundamental interactions among particles and the development of detectors to study such interactions.
I study experimental particle physics.
I research experimental particle physics using particle accelerators and some of the most powerful accelerators in nature found in space.
I study the Milky Way galaxy to find out how and why it evolved to its present state.