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S. and one in Ireland; senior research scientist in driving simulation project; software engineer in industry; college instructor Students perform projects at accelerators, living and working there for one year or longer Recent projects at Fermilab and CERN include construction of Forward Calorimeter for CMS, and development of parts of future detectors in proposed accelerators On-campus facilities: hardware lab with computer-controlled photomultiplier (PMT) test station with CAMAC, NIM electronics, and LabView data acquisition Students perform projects at accelerators, living and working there for one year or longer Employment of previous PhD students: professors, staff scientists in national or university labs, and industry Few-quark and few-nucleon models of light nuclei and nucleons, relativistic quantum mechanics for few-nucleon and few-quark systems, leptonic probes of strongly interacting systems Students develop computational and analytical skills, including proficiency in computer languages Applying the standard model in neutrino physics theory; applying perturbative QCD corrections to particle interactions Students gain skills with computer symbolic and numerical methods; programming in Fortran and other languages Topics include string theory with applications in gravitation, cosmology, superstring theories as unified theory, gauge/gravity correspondence Students also: interact with students at other universities; participate in interdisciplinary work with mathematics department Students develop mathematical skills including analytical, numerical, and symbolic methods

Pages: 468

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (March 1989)

ISBN: 9971508095

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