||lianwang at Princeton.EDU
||Department of Physics
Princeton, NJ 08544
|I am an assistant Professor in the high energy theory group at the physics department of Princeton University. Previously, I was a postdoc at Havard Univerisity from 2004-2006. During 2002-2004, I was a postdoc in the phenomenology institute of Department of Physics, University of Wisconisin. I graduated from University of Michigan in 2002. Gordy Kane was my thesis advisor. For more details, here is a cv.|
|My work focuses on various
of aspects of phenomenology of elementary particle physics. I
have been working on supersymmetry with a focus on electroweak
symmetry breaking. More recently, I also worked on a broader
range of new scenarios of physics beyond Standard Model, as well as
their potential signals at the Tevatron and the Large Hadron Collider.
I have also worked on: models of
supersyemmtry breaking; rare B decays in connection with SUSY flavor
models; cosmic ray in connection with identity of Cold Dark Matter.
Here are more details:
Models and signals of beyond the Standard Model new physics at the Tevatron and the LHC.
Models and signals of Cold Dark Matter in the universe.
Here is a list of my publications, and citations.
|Spires HEP Literature
|Books: Bestbookbuys , Amazon
|Airline tickets: orbitz, expedia
|Fun to read: The Onion