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Theoretical: Harikrishnan Ramani, Qaisar Shafi
Experimental: Spencer Axani, John Clem, Paul Evenson, Jamie Holder, Frank Schroeder, David Seckel
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Particle physics is concerned with the elementary particles and their interactions as well as the underlying structure of the Universe. Research topics include unified theories, cosmology, dark matter and dark energy. Particle astrophysics concerns elementary particles of astrophysical origin, and involves the study of cosmic rays, astrophysical neutrinos and gamma-rays. Delaware research groups play leading roles in the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica, the VERITAS and CTA gamma-ray observatories, the PUEO NASA balloon mission, and the KamLAND experiment. We are also involved with the Pierre Auger Observatory.
Prof. Spencer Axani's Laboratory for Experimental Neutrino Physics
Prof. John Clem's Research Group
Prof. Paul Evenson's Research Group
Prof. Jamie Holder's Research Group
Prof. Frank Schroder's High-Energy Astroparticle Physics Research Group
Prof. David Seckel's Research Group
Prof. Qaisar Shafi's Research Group