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About Me

I am an assistant professor at Rutgers University where I conduct research at the CMS experiment, one of the detectors on the LHC at CERN. Before joining Rutgers, I was a postdoc at Brown University where I engaged in early searches for large extra dimensions at the LHC. My Ph.D. research was conducted at Harvard University on top quark physics at CDF. I began my physics career as an undergraduate at Princeton where I studied neutrino physics and early Universe cosmology.

To learn more about my research, click on the tab above. A full CV is also linked.

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Teaching History

S18: (01:750:693) Advanced Topics in High Energy Physics (scheduled)
F17: (01:750:273) Honors Physics III: Modern Physics (scheduled)
S17: (01:750:124) Analytical Physics IB
F16: (01:750:273) Honors Physics III: Modern Physics
S16: (01:750:124) Analytical Physics IB
F15: (01:750:693) Advanced Topics in High Energy Physics
S15: (01:750:124) Analytical Physics IB
F14: Sabbatical
S14: LPC Senior Distinguished Researcher
F13: LPC Guest and Visitor
S13: (01:750:418) Nuclei and Particles
F12: (01:750:273) Honors Physics III: Modern Physics
S12: (01:750:418) Nuclei and Particles
F11: No teaching duties

Rutgers University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
136 Frelinghuysen Rd.
Piscataway, NJ 08854

+1 (848) 445 8961

johnpaul@physics.rutgers.edu

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