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Neil, Ethan Assistant Professor

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  • Prof. Neil's research interests are in physics beyond the standard model, particularly its signatures in collider and dark matter experiments, and more generally in the physics of strongly-coupled elementary particles, which he studies numerically using large-scale computing. His particular interests include composite Higgs and composite dark-matter models, precision calculations of heavy-quark properties (which are an important input to experimental searches for new physics), and the phase structure of many-fermion, strongly-coupled gauge theories.

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  • elementary particle physics, collider phenomenology, dark matter, quantum field theory, lattice gauge theory, high-performance computing, large-scale data analysis

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  • PHYS 2600 - Introduction to Programming and Scientific Computing
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Spring 2019
    Covers basic concepts in programming and scientific computing, including numerical integration and simulation of physical systems. Students will learn the programming language Python and associated graphics libraries. Programming examples will be drawn from classical physical systems that can only be solved numerically, such as projectile motion with drag and N-body problems.
  • PHYS 5250 - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 1
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Quantum phenomena, Ehrenfest theorem and relation to classical physics, applications to one-dimensional problems, operator techniques, angular momentum and its representations, bound states and hydrogen atom, and Stern-Gerlack experiment and spin and spinor wave function. Department enforced prerequisite: advanced undergraduate quantum mechanics course.

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