Professor of Physics
Ph.D. 1996 State University of New York at Stony Brook
MASt 1991 University of Cambridge
B.S. 1990 California Institute of Technology
I am a theoretical particle physicist and Professor of Physics. I have been ranked No. 1 worldwide in fundamental physics since 2010 in a comprehensive study, based on my individual citations, paper rank, and author rank; and also No. 1 for papers in the hep-ph arXiv since 1993.
I received the KSU 2008 Distinguished Scholarship Award, the 2014 Distinguished Research and Creative Activity Award, the 2006, 2008, 2012, and 2014 Foundation Prizes, the 2016 Outstanding Research and Creative Activity Award, and the 2017 University Distinguished Professor finalist award.
My research is in theoretical high-energy particle physics, mainly in top quark physics,
top-antitop pair and single-top production, Higgs, W and Z production, perturbative
Quantum Chromodynamics, soft-gluon resummation, and high-energy phenomenology at the
Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN and at the Tevatron collider at Fermilab.
My research has been funded for many years with grants from the National Science Foundation.
I have 135 physics research publications, most of them single-authored, which have
received around ten thousand citations.
My papers have appeared a total of 40 times among the top-cited particle-physics papers in all-time lists and annual lists for many years.
My research papers can be found in my cv and, with citations, in the INSPIRE HEP database and in Google Scholar.
I have given over a hundred research talks in conferences, universities, and national/international laboratories in numerous countries on five continents.
Fall 2018: PHYS 2211
Directed Study: PHYS 4400