High Energy Physics (Experimental)
B.S., MIT, 1984.
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1990.
Millikan Research Fellow, Caltech, 1990-1993.
Senior Research Fellow, Caltech, 1993-1999.
Phone: Swain West 304 (812)855-4178
Email: urheim indiana.edu
Experimental particle physics
- flavor physics and the weak interaction physics of heavy quarks and leptons:
- neutrino oscillations,
- quark flavor mixing,
- CP violation in quark and neutrino sectors
- tau lepton physics
- tests of quark and lepton universality
- strong interaction physics of hadrons:
- spectroscopy and dynamics of light and heavy mesons
- searches for non-Standard Model physics via rare processes
- “The Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment: exploring fundamental symmetries of the universe”, C. Adams et al. (the LBNE Collaboration), arXiv:1307.7335v3 (2014). arxiv.org/abs/1307.7335
- “Active to sterile neutrino mixing limits from neutral current interactions in MINOS”, P. Adamson et al. (the MINOS Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 107, 011802 (2011).
- “Improved search for muon-neutrino to electron-neutrino oscillations in MINOS”, P. Adamson et al. (the MINOS Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 107, 181802 (2011).
- “Measurement of neutrino mass splitting and flavor mixing by MINOS”, P. Adamson et al. (the MINOS Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 106, 181801 (2011).
- "Observation of muon neutrino disappearance with the MINOS detectors and the NuMI neutrino beam," D. G. Michael et al. (MINOS Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 97, 191801 (2006).
- "Observation of a narrow resonance of mass 2.46 GeV decaying to Ds*+ pi0 and confirmation of the DsJ*(2317) state", D. Besson et al. (CLEO Collaboration), Physical Review D 68 (2003), 032002.
- "Hadronic Structure in the Decay tau- -> pi- pi0 nu", S. Anderson et al. (CLEO Collaboration), Physical Review D 61 (2000), 112002.
- "Hadronic structure in the decay tau- -> nu pi- pi0 pi0,and the sign of the tau neutrino helicity", D. Asner et al. (CLEO Collaboration), Physical Review D 61 (2000), 012002.